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The Tuchman family cuts a grand-opening ribbon Feb. 1 for the newly opened Hi-Five Sports Zone inside Northbrook Court. Photos Submitted.
Murphy, Hi-Five’s mascot, hands out hi-fives to eager youngsters at the event.
Ryan (left), Marvin (center) and Danny Tuchman hold up a piece of the space’s floor, which is dedicated to Rana Lou Tuchman, who lost her battle to ovarian cancer in 2016. Proceeds from the event were donated to the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance.
The event raised $6,500 for the Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance.
Members of The Luvabulls also attended.
Staff report
9:48 am CST February 8, 2019
Although it first welcomed guests late last year, Hi-Five Sports Zone invited the community out to officially marked its grand opening Feb. 1 inside Northbrook Court.