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Annual General Meeting & Proxy Voting Info

November Board meeting
Organized Play Round Robin+Skill Level Play Round Robin
Guest Player Update From QC POA/Robson

Lauren Olson

QCPC Annual General Meeting

via Zoom 

 November 12th 

 1 pm.

If you would like to join the meeting please follow the instructions below. We will discuss the status of our Club, and we have 4 votes needed by the membership.  Two votes on Capital Expenditure improvements for the courts, and two votes on By-Law updates. You can join the meeting by phone or computer.  To have a quorum at our meeting we need a minimum of 50 members to vote through either the Zoom meeting or through a proxy. If you can not make the meeting, please vote via proxy (instructions on the website).

Topic: QCPC General Meeting

Time: Nov 12, 2020 01:00 PM Arizona

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Meeting ID: 886 1939 5954

Passcode: 749821

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Annual General Meeting Proxy


The QCPC will have its Annual General Meeting on November 12th at 1 pm via zoom.  As approved in 2019, a proxy may be used if you can not attend the meeting.  The proxy must arrive by midnight on November 9th to Nancy Katzberg following the instructions on the proxy form.  Please make sure you follow the directions on the proxy so that your vote is counted.   A legal quorum for the General Meeting is 10% of our membership participating in person or by proxy.  With our current membership at 493, we will need a minimum of 50 votes.  

What is the QCPC Membership voting on?  Click HERE

Proxy Vote form for November meeting HERE




1 PM

Due to COVID restrictions, 

the next scheduled QCPC monthly Board meeting

 will be held as a Zoom meeting. 

You are invited to participate

 Wednesday, November 4th at 1 pm

by following the instructions listed below.

Topic: QCPC Board Meeting

Time: Nov 4, 2020 01:00 PM Arizona

Agenda: Click:  HERE

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Meeting ID: 867 5404 9396

Passcode: 359283

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        +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)

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        +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)

        +1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)

        +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)

Meeting ID: 867 5404 9396

Passcode: 359283

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Coming Soon!  

QCPC Organized Play Round Robins

Organized Play (OP) is Club-sponsored round robin play available only to Club members.  OP provides playing opportunities for Club members possessing approximately the same skill level (self-evaluated).  Weekly OP round robins will be scheduled for players of level  2.0 Mondays, 2.5 Tuesdays, 3.0 Wednesdays, 3.5 Thursdays, and 4.0+ Fridays, on a trial basis beginning the week of November 2nd.  


Here’s what you need to know:

  1. OP round robins are limited to 10 players on two courts.
  2. All players participating in OP round robins must sign-up using Sign-Up Genius (SUG).  SUG links will soon be available on the QCPC website.  Sign-Ups will become active seven days before the day of play on a first-come, first-served, until the maximum number of player slots are filled.  Absolutely no drop-ins are allowed
  3. OP round robins are held during non-Prime Time hours.  They will initially be scheduled for the first two hours after morning Prime Time, but are subject to adjustment as needed.
  4. Round robin sheets will be provided.
  5. Each OP group must designate two players as representatives for communications to/from Dave Mungo, Organized Play Coordinator.  OP groups without representatives will be discontinued. 
  6. Players must supply their own pickleballs. 
  7. Social-distancing and off-court mask-wearing rules apply.  Hand and ball sanitizing are highly recommended. 
  8. All OP participants play at their own risk of injury, illness, loss, and damage.   

              Questions? Contact Dave Mungo, OP Coordinator;

QCPC Skill-Level Round Robins

Skill-Level Round Robins are similar to Organized Play Round Robins except that players must have nationally recognized ratings or appropriate tournament experience in order to qualify.  Skill-Level play is limited to 10 players on two courts.  Players must sign-up in advance using Sign-Up Genius.  All other rules and procedures for Organized Play apply to Skill-Level play.


If you have questions, contact Dave Mungo, Skill-Level Play Coordinator (  

If you are interested in starting a Skill-Level Round Robin, send a completed Skill-Level Round Robin application form (available on the QCPC website right hand column under QCPC 

resources) to Dave. 

Quail Creek POA/Robson Policy Update

Due to a Policy update by Robson and the QC POA
 guests not staying with residents of QC 
will not be allowed to play on the QC Pickleball Courts.