On the sunny day of Saturday, August 12th, TT4EVER, in partnership with the NLTTA, successfully hosted our second fundraising tournament at the bustling Rotary Paradise Youth and Community Center. The primary objective was to enhance awareness about Alzheimer’s disease and simultaneously boost the visibility of our noble initiative, Ping4Alzheimer. The event saw an enthusiastic turnout of 50 participants, encompassing a wide range of skill levels – from beginners to intermediate players, and even some of the most skilled players from our province. What united this diverse group was a shared love and fervor for table tennis. The event was a testament to the generosity of the Newfoundland table tennis community, as we managed to raise over $1500. In a heartening display of solidarity, many players went above and beyond by donating their prize money, thereby significantly augmenting our total funds raised. Here’s a CBC article about our tournament: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/table-tennis-alzheimer-tournament-1.6935071 “I went to a local club to play with a few of the players and I was able to give them some advice. I hope that more youth like Evan (the other player in the picture) can join the Newfoundland table tennis community!” – Kevin Guo Evan We owe a massive debt of gratitude to Jeremy Lehr, the esteemed head coach of the Newfoundland table tennis team, whose invaluable assistance played a pivotal role in making this tournament a resounding success! Images from the TT4EVER fundraiser in Newfoundland & Labrador.