WYOMING, Mich. (WOOD) - The Metro Health Gus Macker Tournament is just a month away, and this year it's being held in Wyoming.
For the first year, the tournament will be held at Metro Health Village, according to Dr. Ed Kornoelje, the Director of Metro Health Sports Medicine.
"It's kind of getting back to the streets, and the Metro Health Village is a great place to have a tournament," Kornoelie said.
The money raised at this year's tournament, which was previously held at Fifth Third Ballpark, will go to purchase AEDs for West Michigan schools. AEDs are electronic devices used to restore a normal heart rhythm for someone experiencing cardiac arrest.
Kornoelie said he hopes to raise $20,000 at the tournament.
The more teams that sign up, the more players who sign up, the more AEDs we'll be able to fund," Kornoelie said.
The cost to register is $132 for a team of four.
The tournament will be held on June 1 and 2. To register, click here .
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