Wednesday, June 1, 2016 was a perfect day for Commack High School’s 5th Annual Student/Teacher Doubles Tournament fundraiser “Tennis for Autism” to raise awareness of autism and NSSA.
Proceeds from the fundraiser were generously donated to NSSA.
Shane Helfner, President of the Suffolk County Tennis Coach’s Association, spearheads this event each year – we’re so fortunate to have such good friends and supporters in the community.
Family and friends, staff and students came out to support the event and players. There was such a genuine feeling of camaraderie among the tennis team and faculty players.
Raffle prizes were announced near the end of the event and there were many happy winners.
Everyone who participated received a medal and the top four places in the tournament received trophies. But everyone involved in the event – from students and faculty, to Shane and parents – are winners as far as we’re concerned.
Thank you Commack HS Boys Varsity Tennis Team, Commack High School faculty, and Shane Helfner for helping to raise awareness of autism and Nassau Suffolk Services for Autism.
Last week the Commack Boy’s Varsity Tennis team played it’s 3rd Annual Student/Teacher Doubles Tournament to raise money for NSSA. Tennis coach Shane Helfner, who is also President of the Suffolk County Tennis Coach’s Association, spearheads this event each year – we’re blessed to have such a good friend!
Everyone who played got a medal for participating, and much appreciation from us at NSSA. We congratulate the winners on games well played.And I do believe we witnessed the efforts of the youngest-ever ball boy!
Thank you Commack High School, the Boys Varsity Tennis Team, faculty, and Shane Helfner, for once again helping raise awareness and money for NSSA. We Love All (<- see how I did that?) of you!