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Hi all, My name is Steve and I’ve played some pickleball at the Gettysburg YMCA. I need more information on joining your club and scheduling. Could a representative from your club please contact me. 240-367-0484. Thank you
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Congratulations to all the winners! We had we had a great turnout for our 1st annual St. Patrick’s Day tournament! Fun was had by all!
Come support your local pickleball club as they compete in the first St. Patrick’s Day Tournament! Place: Talley Rec. Center Date: Saturday, March 18,2017 Time: 9am-12pm
Every Monday night from 6:00 PM -to- 9:00 PM the Trinity School gym is open for all levels to play pickleball. Come join the fun. Address: 6040 New Design Rd, Frederick, MD 21703 Phone: (301) 228-2333
Pickleball — 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, William R. Talley Recreation Center, 121 N. Bentz St., Frederick. For ages 45 and older Paddle sport for all ages and skill levels, simple rules, played with a paddle and plastic ball. $2 city residents, $3 non-city residents.
Tournament Winners 1 A big thank you to Darlene Posey for organizing the first pickleball league for the City of Frederick. Pictured are the winners and runner ups from the league tournament.
Tuesday evening drew many pickleballers together for drinks, food, conversation, and….what would a pickleball happy hour be without a few rounds of Left, Center, Right?!
It was arguably the coldest and windiest day of outdoor pickleball for this league! But we sure had fun. Congratulations to Bill and Arlene for their first place finish, and to Steve and Jen for their second place finish. And, of course, Kudos to Dave for all his hard work and dedication to the March of Dimes. He ran a fabulous tournament that