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  • Fun fact of the day

    there are only 3 words in the English language that start with the letters "EL".
  • WHAT IS PICKLE BALL ?

    The fastest growing sport in North America, Pickle Ball, with a slower speed and reduced court size compared to other racquet sports, is ideal for seniors. It is not only fun, but easy to learn and easy to play, with sufficient speed and exertion to be physically and mentally stimulating. It is played with a paddle and a plastic ball with holes, much like a whiffle ball, and a net similar to but smaller than a tennis net.

    VIDEO

    Video – USA Pickle Ball Association

    SCHEDULE

    The Club plays on the Can Am tennis courts every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 3 to 6 PM, and at Harold Park every Wednesday from 1-3 PM. 

    INSTRUCTION

    Beginner instruction is provided from 3 to 4 PM on the Can Am tennis courts every Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. No prior experience is required. A limited number of paddles are available for those who wish to try out the sport.

    FEES

    Annual Membership $25

    Social Members $10

    Daily Fee for non members $4 (first time is free)

    CLUB EXECUTIVE

    President: Tom Kanigan

    Vice President: Joe Potter

    Treasurer: Chris Garner

    Secretary: Sue Brown

    Social: Ann Pitre

    Membership: Steve Fortier

    Director, Play: Tom Howat

    BUYING PICKLE BALL EQUIPMENT

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    SELECTING A PICKLE BALL PADDLE

    Click Here

    CONSTITUTION

    Constitution

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