Do you love tennis?
Chapel Haven Schleifer Center is proud to announce the 2ND ANNUAL Chapel Haven Tennis Round Robin in memory of the late Dr. Jerry Berg and to benefit the Jerry Berg Scholarship Fund.
Please join us Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019, 2-5 p.m. at Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center at Yale for an exciting afternoon of adult round robin tennis! Enter as a team or individual and we will match you up. Tell your tennis friends! Spectators are also welcome! Chapel Haven adults who are interested should reach out to Emily Westman, Supervisor of Recreation at email@example.com
All proceeds will go to the Jerry Berg Tennis Scholarship Fund @Chapel Haven, making participation affordable to all adults at Chapel Haven who want to join in our Adaptive Tennis Program.
When: Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019
Time: 2-5 p.m.
Where: Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center at Yale
279 Derby Avenue
West Haven, CT
The day will include:
2:15-2:45 p.m.- Optional special event: Unified Doubles Play with a Chapel Haven Tennis Player. Get to know a player who benefits from your support of the Jerry Berg Tennis Scholarship at Chapel Haven
2:45- 5 p.m. Adult Round Robin doubles play
A team tennis exhibition by Chapel Haven Players
Refreshments, snacks & fun!
Entry: $75 per individual. Please use the link below to register and pay. You also can pay by mailing a check to Chapel Haven Schleifer Center, 1040 Whalley Avenue, New Haven, CT, 06515 but please also register online using the link below. When paying by check, please make your check payable to Chapel Haven Endowment and note in the memo “Jerry Berg Round Robin.”
About Jerry Berg: Jerry Berg, a great friend of Chapel Haven and our community members, grew up playing tennis in Queens, NY and avidly throughout his 40-year medical career as a practicing radiologist in his own practice at Waterbury Hospital. Married to his wife, Barbara, for 52 years, and father of Melissa, Adam and Jason, Jerry also taught medical students at Yale and was a highly respected member of his community. Tennis continued to be one of his great passions and when he retired from medical practice in 2014, he was invited to help coach North Haven High School’s tennis team. Soon after he became a volunteer coach in Chapel Haven’s Adaptive Tennis Program, led by coach Jerry Weil. Jerry was deeply admired by our adults, as he taught them not just tennis, but pride, sportsmanship and dedication to the sport.