Saturday, April 13, 2019


In This Newsletter:

Organizer needed for Inter-Community Play
On the Road With Paddle In Hand
Over and Back
Congratulations

     


Organizer for Inter-Community Play

QCPC needs two organizers for each level of IC play for this summer.  The Organizer would be in charge of setting up the Round Robin, turning on the lights and collecting the balls at the end of the RR (all supplies are provided by QCPC)  
The IC Play begins in June and runs through September.
All nights are from 6 - 9pm
Tuesday 4.0
Wednesday 3.5
Friday 3.0
Saturday 2.5
The IC Play is held alternating weekly between GVR and QC, so you would only need to help out every other week  (or less if more organizers for your level).  You do get to play in the RR.


If you would like to help out, please contact Steve Shapiro @ sshapiro57@gmail.com





ON THE ROAD WITH PADDLE IN HAND 


As many of you head out from Quail Creek you may be looking for places to play pickleball.

The USAPA website (USAPA.org) is a great resource to find out where you can play pickleball. Our 1,600+ ambassadors and more than 21,000 members continually update the Official USAPA Places 2 Play website with the latest information about courts in their area. As of 2017, we currently track nearly 6,000 known pickleball locations with an average of approximately 90 new locations added each month.  There is even an app for your phone.

We encourage you to visit the Official USAPA Places 2 Play website to find the courts nearest to your location. Use the provided Search box to search by city, state, zip code or location name. You can also search geographically by clicking the Map link. (Lenny Friedman; Ambassador)





OVER AND BACK 

That pickleball can sure do interesting things.
It can go over the net, under the net, go over and back to your side. 
Watch this youtube by Mark Renneson at our courts
He demonstrates how to handle that situation. 
click HERE



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