(from left) Frenchy's restaurants proprietor Michael "Frenchy" Preston, Big Brothers,Big Sisters vice president Maria Johnston and Michael's brother, Louis Preston, of Ann Arbor, Michigan, smile for the camera at Frenchy's 14th Annual Gumbo Tennis Classic at the Henry L. McMullen Tennis Complex in Clearwater on November 4. The three-day event, which attracted nearly 400 participants, was a benefit for Big Brothers, Big Sisters serving Pinellas, Hernando and Citrus counties. A silent auction raised additional funds for the organization.
((at back) Kevin Dunbar, director of Clearwater Parks & Recreation, and Kim Cashman, community tennis director at the Henry L. McMullen Tennis Complex, are pictured with (front l-r) Nicholas Oppenheimer,7, Autumn Oppenheimer, 5, and Dylan Lorigan, 9, who were among the youngsters taking part in the tennis-related games and contests at the Kids Fun Day held in conjunction with the Frenchy's 14th Annual Gumbo Tennis Classic.
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