Atlanta Hawks Foundation tips off court dedication at Camp Twin Lakes

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WINDER, Ga — The Atlanta Hawks Foundation, committed to increasing access for metro Atlanta’s youth to play, grow, and learn life and leadership skills through basketball, is announcing a new court dedication at Camp Twin Lakes (CTL) Will-A-Wayin in Winder, Ga. on Tuesday, June 30.
The dedication, the first of five court developments and refurbishments the Foundation has committed to provide this year,will feature appearances by Hawks player Kent Bazemore and alumnus Dion Glover, as well as Harry the Hawk and team cheerleaders.
“Basketball has the power to inspire and build up our young people and community,”said David Lee, Executive Director of the Atlanta Hawks Foundation. “The courtunveiling at Camp Twin Lakes signals our commitment to ensuring that regardless of where people live, their income or ability, everyone deserves an opportunity to participate and be active members of the Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club.”
Representatives from the Atlanta Hawks and Camp Twin Lakes will be in attendance to deliver remarks for the occasion, followed by a ceremonial first basket to officially open the court. Campers will have the opportunity to receive basketball coaching from members of the Hawks’ basketball programs staff. “Camp Twin Lakes is incredibly excited to have this opportunity to collaborate with the Atlanta Hawks to enhance our gym for the CTL campers,” said Eric Robbins, CEO of Camp Twin Lakes.
“The Hawks have had a triumphant season, and at Camp Twin Lakes, we focus on turning our campers’ challenges into triumphs each and every day.  We know this partnership will help our campers and we are so proud of the Atlanta Hawks and what they bring to the Atlanta community.” The basketball courts at CTL Rutledge and CTL Will-A-Way have been developed by CBA Sports. The new basketball court at CTL Will-A-Way will feature the Hawks’ logo at mid-court.


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