The first "Pitching for Caleb" horseshoe tournament, benefiting the Tennessee Hemophilia and Bleeding Disorders Foundation, will be held Saturday, Aug. 25, at Centennial Park. Check-in will be at 9 a.m. with the tournament beginning at 10 a.m. Lunch will be provided by Big Boy's Barbeque at noon. Door prizes and plaques will be presented with pictures to follow.

The tournament entry fee is $10 per person, due at check-in. Rules will be posted at the tournament.

Preregister by Aug. 18 by contacting Shane or Kelley Wood at 788-2632.

Did you know there is no cure for hemophilia or Von Willebrands and care may cost $150,000 a year or more? Many persons with a bleeding disorder may eventually require joint replacement surgery as a result of bleeding in the joints. The foundation is the only agency serving those with bleeding disorders. Your help and support provide education, special services, programs, summer camp, retreats, counseling, financial assistance and more. Help raise the awareness of this disorder.