Are You Really Retired If You Don’t Play Pickleball? – Money Magazine

Pickleball enthusiast Lois Tuey Jessica Pons for Money [See more photos at: http://money.com/money/longform/pickleball-sport-retirement-growth/]Are You Really Retired If You Don't Play Pickleball? Paul SchrodtNovember 22, 2019Kathleen Ching is a self-identified “pickleball-aholic.” She’s far from alone.The retired former court reporter hits the pickleball courts in tranquil Hermosa Beach, California, just about every day. Funnily

Get Fit – Dubois County, Indiana

Click on the photo above to launch a special web presentation with easy-to-read text and additional photos.Story by Candy Neal Photos by Marlena SlossThe Tri-County YMCA never completely shuts down. In the wee hours of the morning, before the doors officially open at 5 a.m., exercisers are using the Ferdinand-based facility’s

Arkansas: Fort Smith Pickleball club writes guide ahead of Chaffee Crossing project

By Jadyn Watson-Fisher / Times Record / jwatsonfisher@swtimes.comWith pickleball expected to make its debut at Chaffee Crossing later this summer, questions about the sport have increased.The Western Arkansas Pickleball Association has created a guide to the sport, which is a combination of tennis, ping-pong and badminton.According to the guide, the

April is Pickleball month – Chaffee County, Colorado

To increase awareness of and participation in one of the fastest growing sports in America, the USA Pickleball Association has once again designated the month of April as National Pickleball Month.“Pickleball is experiencing unparalleled growth in the United States,” said Justin Maloof, executive director of the USAPA. “By establishing National

Wilmington, North Carolina: Carolina Beach removes skill levels for pickleball after ‘warring factions’ tell others ‘you can’t play with us’

CAROLINA BEACH — PortCityDaily.com - Being told you can’t play on the same court as someone else might sound like middle-school drama, but in Carolina Beach, it’s not the children who are fussing over a game.According to town emails between a resident and Parks and Programs Superintendent Tim Murphy, there

What pickleball can teach you about business

By Karen Friedman – Guest Columnist, Philadelphia Business JournalJan 11, 2019, 11:32am EST Updated 10 hours agoI play pickleball. For those of you not familiar with perhaps the fastest-growing sport in America, it’s a cross between tennis and ping-pong played on a badminton-sized court with a tennis style net that’s