Hampton Cup, Hamptons Hoops Academy’s charity event also on Saturday

Swim Benefits Pancreatic Cancer Research




An East Hampton family is once again opening its doors, and backyard, to raise money for pancreatic cancer research.

Billy, Dominique, and Tommy Kahn are offering up their Olympic swimming pool for the third annual Swim for a Cure Saturday, August 17 at 10:30 AM, with an inaugural award in memory of Dr. Charles Van Der Horst, a retired AIDS researcher who, at 67, drowned during the Eight Bridges Hudson River Swim. He had been a participant in the East Hampton event every August since its inception.

All proceeds benefit The Lustgarten Foundation, with a mission to advance scientific and medical research related to the diagnosis, treatment, cure, and prevention of pancreatic cancer. For more information and to pre-register, contact joeviviani@gmail.com.

Hampton Cup At Hampton Racquet

The 2019 Hampton Cup, a junior tennis tournament to benefit Project MOST, will take place at Hampton Racquet in East Hampton August 17 beginning at 11 AM.

The annual tournament raises funds for the East Hampton-based nonprofit that provides an after school and summer learning program. To register, visit www.projectmost.org/events.

Shelter Island Library Tennis Tournament

The Shelter Island Library Tennis Tournament will take place August 17 at 8 AM on the Shelter Island High School tennis courts.

There will be men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles teams in the round-robin tournament benefiting the Shelter Island Public Library. It is $50 to sponsor the event and have a name written on the back your T-shirt. Contact Terry Lucas at 631-749-0042 for such donations. To register for the tournament, visit www.silibrarytennis.brownpapertickets.com.

Hamptons Hoops Academy

The second annual Hamptons Hoops Academy charity event is August 17, with a basketball clinic at the Amagansett Sportime multisport facility at 10:30 AM, and a family fun event at The Clubhouse at East Hampton Indoor Tennis at 4 PM.

All proceeds go to an NBA player foundation, most likely the Serge Ibaka Foundation, and United Way of Long Island, according to Hamptons Hoops Academy. For more information or to register, call 631-394-5796 or email hamptonshoopsacademy@gmail.com.

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