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Join the ITA in Support of Scott Riggle's Fight Against Parkinson's Disease

April 17, 2015

On behalf of Scott Riggle (ITA member head coach) and the Team Riggle Foundation, we would like to bring to your attention the efforts of the Foundation to fight against early-onset Parkinson's disease. Scott was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2010.

How to get involved:

Buy a Bracelet: 
Silicone Team Riggle Foundation Bracelet colored Yellow and Black. Cost: $5. E-mail amount to teamriggle@gmail.com as well as desired way to receive bracelet. I.e. shipping address or having a player on the team get it to you.

Visit Teamriggle.com to learn more and donate to the cause! 

If you wish to mail a donation send too:

Scott Riggle
860 Robin Wood Pl

Greencastle, IN 46135-1493

Make checks payable to "Team Riggle Foundation" 

Come to the event! (See Flyer below for details) in addition to the following information:

The DePauw men and women's tennis teams would like to extend an invitation for our 4th Annual Team Riggle Free Tennis Lessons Event (hosted by the DePauw Men and Women's Tennis Teams).

On Sunday April 19th from 12pm-6pm the members of the Men's and Women's tennis team will again be offering free tennis lessons to the community and will be asking for any monetary donation in return to go towards the foundation. Please read on to find out ways to support the cause besides coming to the event as well. 

Also, visit our brand new website: Teamriggle.com to learn more about the cause and donate!

We are asking the family and friends of DePauw University Tennis to join the team and "Rally Against Parkinson's Disease!"

Thank for your support!


DePauw Men's and Women's Tennis  

Update on the Riggle Foundation in the past year: 

The Team Riggle Foundation has recently made donations to help in the fight against Parkinson's Disease by contributing thousands of dollars to the Mayo Clinic Parkinson's research department. Scott Riggle is a patient at the Mayo Clinic and states, "We were very pleased to be able to help the Mayo Clinic, which has helped me and my family so very much as we wrestle with the effects of Parkinson's Disease. Everyone at Team Riggle is very grateful and touched by the many generous donations to our foundation, which in turn we plan to use to continue supporting the Mayo Clinic researchers and begin to help area victims of this disease. I encourage everyone to visit our new website: Teamriggle.com to learn more."

Riggle Flyer April 2015