Reporter: Melinda Zosh
Lynchburg, VA-Some tennis players picked up their rackets to help a local group Sunday in Lynchburg. They played in a tournament for the ARC of Central Virginia.
It's a group that started 50 years ago to help people with disabilities. The goal of this year's tennis tournament is raise $3,000.
Organizers say that money can go a long way toward the group's programs. And they're hoping the event at the Oakwood Country Club will start to catch on.
"Kinda growing up in this community and knowing a lot of these players they have a lot to give back. They all have good hearts and anyway it's a good event," said Earl Weaver, Board Member of ARC.