https://www.kctv5.com/news/playing-pickleball-for-a-great-cause/video_f00a1b0c-d3ea-5eee-9961-0d06e4ecb21b.html Our own Carolyn Long joined some of our best athletes on the pickleball court for a great cause. The first ever Volley Llama tournament was held Thursday at Chicken and Pickle, in Kansas City, Missouri
The term “lifetime sport” is often used to describe sports like swimming or golf because they can be played by people of any age. When it comes to exercise and fun, what could be better than a lifetime sport? I’m going to propose a new term for a sport that is
The tennis courts at Huckleberry Park, in Hannibal, Missouri, have been reopened. The four courts have been resurfaced and lines painted with both tennis and Pickleball lines. Pickleball players use the courts starting at 6 p.m. every Tuesday and invite anyone interested in playing to attend. Content retrieved from: https://www.whig.com/20190701/tennis-courts-at-huckleberry-park-reopened.
Julia Garlich Jun 7, 2019 Since Susie Burton first started playing pickleball five years ago, the sport has opened doors to new opportunities, friendships and travel experiences while reigniting a love for competitive sports. "At my age, I never thought I could play in a competitive sport again," Burton, 64, said. Now, in
The Affton White-Rodgers Community Center, 9801 Mackenzie Road, offers open-play pickleball Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. The cost is $2 per person. For more information, call 314-615-8822. Content retrieved from: https://callnewspapers.com/event/open-play-pickleball-at-affton-white-rodgers/2019-05-21/.
The Admiral Coontz Armory in Hannibal has been closed for weeks due to flooding from the Mississippi River. It is set to reopen Monday, April 22 with Drop-In Pickleball from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $3 for Drop-In Pickleball. Courts will be designated for competitive, intermediate and leisure. Players are welcome
By Kevin McClintock firstname.lastname@example.org For a moment, Cathy Wendt struggled to put her emotions into words. “It’s just the most wonderful game in the world” she finally said, flashing a smile. Years ago, while visiting Florida, Wendt came across a game she’d never seen before — a sport named, of all things, pickleball.