Pickleball players can expect more stringent guidelines when the game returns to Thunder Bay, Ontario, warns the chair of the Thunder Bay Pickleball Association. Read the full CBC article here.
Congratulations to the following who have been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for PICKLEBALLBC:
Walter Knecht, President 2020 wishes to thank the unsuccessful nominees for 2021 Board positions. Thank you to each for the interest, initiative and support. While not successful this time I hope you will stay involved and consider a 2022 bid.
CBC reported November 17th "Thunder Bay (Ontario) District Health Unit officials said 29 new cases are related to spread among people who played pickleball". Read the full report here.
The Board of Directors of PICKLEBALLBC have set November 18th as the date for our 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM). The meeting will be conducted via a Zoom conference due to COVID restrictions.
The zoom meeting link is: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7963445852
No password will be required. We will 'open the doors' about 15 minutes early. You may find yourself in the waiting room for a short period of time. We are looking forward to a large turnout for this AGM. More information here.
Interested in becoming a Level 1 or 2 referee? While this training isn’t essential, it is highly recommended as it covers all of the basics required to start down the path to becoming a rated referee.
If you are interested, please respond to PICKLEBALLBC’s Head Referee – Alan Thomson at HeadRef@pickleballbc.ca to give notice of your interest in taking part in these Zoom Training sessions. More information here.
The Center, in South Edmonton, Alberta, is scheduled to open in November, offering 17 indoor pickleball courts and 11 volleyball courts. More information here.
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