Atlanta supporters of the Human Rights Campaign swapped their gala outfits and bowling bowls for tennis rackets on Saturday as the organization hosted its 2nd Annual Serving for Equality.
Players of all skill levels took part in the event at Sharon Lester Tennis Center. The evening event offered plenty of tennis, cocktails, eats and beats from DJ Neon the Glowgobear.
Photos courtesy Dan Lax
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