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The king is coming to court - Brunswick Tennis Club set up for a groovy gig to raise funds

Craig DuncanHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Brunswick Tennis Club’s fundraiser to finish court upgrades will include Stuey V, a world renowned Elvis impersonator.
Camera IconBrunswick Tennis Club’s fundraiser to finish court upgrades will include Stuey V, a world renowned Elvis impersonator. Credit: Craig Duncan

The Brunswick Tennis Club is going for one more blowout bonanza to raise funds to finalise its court upgrades.

On March 16 at 6.30pm the club will be running a fundraiser in Brunswick Hall with performances from the King of Rock ‘N’ Roll and more.

Club president Julianne Hill said the club has been able to best Elvis impersonators for its function, Perth’s own Stuey V.

“He’s played in Las Vegas, he’s played at Memphis, he’s played everywhere,” Ms Hill said.

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“We’re excited to bring him to town, we haven’t had a big event here for a long time.”

The evening will also have music from the new Perth band Adoration Station, a silent auction and raffle.

Ms Hill said she’d love to see the community dress up for the event, with a bit of “Elvisy glitter”.

“It really will be just a relaxed fun evening,” Ms Hill said.

The club has been working to upgrade its courts for several months.

When complete the courts will be available for public bookings with eight new pickleball courts added to the grounds.

Tickets can be purchased here, or for more information contact Ms Hill on 0447 261 607.

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