Arts for the Aging hosted its 25th Anniversary Lolo Sarnoff Memorial Tennis Tournament at beautiful Bretton Woods, in Germantown, Maryland.  The mixed doubles round robin matches and finals were followed by celebrity exhibition matches with Chi Wan Kim, Dan Waldman, and Manny Ortiz, and junior champions Shannon Hanley, Lilly Lynham, Elizabeth Scoffy and Karla Portalatin.  Proceeds support AFTA’s award-winning arts engagement programs for seniors.  At the barbeque and awards reception, congratulations went to tournament winners Diane Straus and Jim Faruki (Flight A) and Jodi Castro and Russ Ridings (Flight B).  Success of the tournament would be impossible without a dedicated committee co-chaired by Bill Weber and Jim Faruki, joined by Rob Arner, Stacey Freeman-Gottfried, Rich Gottfried, Alan Hermesch, Rose Hobson, Marianne Manschrek, Kuni Matsuda, Cherrie Orteza, Joan Ronnenberg, Suzanne Shwetz.  To our generous sponsors, our sincere appreciation: Silver ($1,000+), The Honorable and Mrs. Kingdon Gould, Jr., KONTERRA/Gould Property; Bronze ($500+), Don and Nancy Bliss, Garry Perkins/Accelerated Development and Support Corporation, Ace ($300+), Kuni Matsuda, and Paul Meehan/Edgemoor Investment Advisors, Inc.  To our additional contributors including Rob Arner, Citi Open, Gingles, LLC, Ann Keiser and our volunteer Carisse Phillips, many thanks.  View photos from the event here and the event program here.