Tori Jones Benefit Tournament Challenge Scheduled for December 13th (Dallas, TX)

Being diagnosed with cancer can be a devastating blow to a person both financially and mentally, but when you have an overwhelming amount of good will around you as your support team in the way of friends and family, you just can't go wrong!  The folks at Clicks located at Rosemeade and Marsh (more specifically, 19049 Marsh Lane, Dallas, Texas 75287) and Players Billiard League (PBL) are lending their time, facility, and energy for a great cause this weekend.

On December 13th, the venue will hold a benefit for Tori Jones who, in her early twenties, has been diagnosed with cervical cancer.  The event will be in the form of an eight ball blind draw scotch doubles tournament.  The entry is a mere $15 with $5 right off the bat going towards Tori's medical expenses; and it is open to any and all players interested in showing their support.  Also, there will be raffles (including a donated shaft from OB Cues), auctions, and a bake sale with all proceeds going to Tori to lessen the financial burden of living with cancer.

The day will begin at 11 am, which is when registration gets underway – play will follow shortly behind at noon.  For more information or if you cannot attend and would like to donate anyway, contact Mike Yoshida (972) 333-7762, Celia Venable (214) 392-5257, Doc Reyes (469) 371-7520, or Clicks directly at (972) 306-3935.