Enjoy playing tennis? What about supporting great local organizations? This weekend, there will be an opportunity to do both at the same time. Chase Guthrie came by the studio today to let listeners know how.

Guthrie is a tennis player and student at Frenship High School. He is also in the process of becoming an Eagle Scout, the highest rank attainable in the Boy Scouts. For his Eagle Scout Project, Guthrie decided to help people donate in a way that is fun. Guthrie along with Texas Boys Ranch have organized an upcoming tennis tournament this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, June the 20th-22nd at the Burgess-Rushing Tennis Center.  The tournament is called Rally for the Ranch, and will consist of mixed men and women doubles matches. "For the men's and women's divisions, we have open brackets, so that's for the people that haven't played in a while or would like to get out there and have some fun. For the boys and girls, the brackets will be fun either way. You can get out there and get some good play. It is going to be really fun," Guthrie explained. The registration fee is $25 per person, or $50 per team. For a second event, registration fees are $20 per person, or $40 per team. All proceeds benefit the Texas Boys Ranch. All participants will receive a Texas Boys Ranch t-shirt, and the first 25 people to register online will also receive a complimentary Collins and Mac t-shirt.

For more information on Texas Boys Ranch, as well as how to register, check out the Texas Boys Ranch website, and click on the Rally for the Ranch tab. To reach Chase Guthrie by phone, his cellphone number is (806) 790-8032. Be sure not to miss out on this awesome opportunity to help a great cause and have fun while doing so.

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