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Members are having a great time on and around the courts while also respecting POA, Pima County rules, and other players. We see more and more QCPC members social distancing and wearing masks at the courts. The POA is also doing its part to keep our courts open by regularly disinfecting the gates and restrooms.
The QCPC Board thanks you all! One Club, One Goal!
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New Shade Structure/Cement Pad update
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New Shade Structure/Cement Pads
In case you haven't been down to the courts this week, the Quail Creek Pickleball Club (QCPC) is pleased to announce that the new Shade Structure has been completed, and the Cement Pads (seating) will be finished next Saturday. This project has been ongoing for 4-5 years through the design/funding process. The design had to be approved by the POA with the 100% of the funding provided by the membership of the QCPC. A huge "THANK YOU!" goes out to the many hours volunteered by QCPC members who came up with the final plan and implementation. The extra poles you see on the entrance to courts 11/12 are for future use of a vertical shade structure if needed to block out the sunshine.
In February of 2020, the Robson Corporation purchased and installed new LED lights so that all 16 courts have lights.
We are confident that all of these enhancements will be enjoyed by all pickleball playing residents of Quail Creek.
Come on down and enjoy the cool breezes off the desert under the shade!!!!
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