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Wall Street Tennis Challenge Supports Ovarian Cancer

More tennis players than ever came out to support this year’s Wall Street Tennis Challenge on September 17 at the Field Club of Greenwich. Wall Street’s biggest players and top pros from the tri-state area competed in 28 teams while 280 guests attended a sunshine-filled day of competitive round-robin semi-finals and championship matches followed by a festive cocktail party, buffet dinner, live and silent auctions, and dancing. The event was founded by Marjorie Pastel to honor her mother, Bette Drymer Shapiro, who died in 1998 after a six-year batter with ovarian cancer. All proceeds go to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund and the Ovarian Cancer National Alliance, which have been funding research and support for patients and their families for more than 22 years.

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Photographs by Elaine Ubina

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