By Eric Englund | Sep 11, 2019 Beach Haven — Pickleball enthusiasts filled the Beach Haven Borough Council chambers at its meeting Monday night to request three additional courts at the Nelson Avenue recreational complex. While the borough has committed $295,000 for improvements to the complex, borough officials made no specific commitment to
VIDEO: Pickleball Is Soaring In Popularity In Stone Harbor, New Jersey Pat Gallen - August 30, 2019 STONE HARBOR, N.J. (CBS) – People are packing the Stone Harbor Recreation Center courts but not for your typical game of tennis. They’re here to play pickleball. “This is our sixth year in Stone Harbor.
By DAVID BIGGY | Aug 14, 2019 Beach Haven — Kristen Mueller’s NCAA Division I tennis experience has been paying off. Brad Emdur’s ping pong experience has been earning dividends as well. The 31-year-old dietician and 29-year-old casino worker have been playing alongside each other for only about eight months, but they’ve developed
Rich Fisher - August 1, 2019 Former Lawrence High School tennis player Karin Rentschler (left) and Lawrence residents Norm Nahmias, Carine Fram and Sue Pandak play pickleball at Mercer County Park. (Photo by Rich Fisher.) Lawrence Township resident Norm Nahmias is so certain people will enjoy pickleball, his sales pitch is three
OLD BRIDGE – Old Bridge Mayor Owen Henry signaled the opening of the township’s new pickleball courts with a demonstration of the sport led by United States of America Pickleball Association (USAPA) Ambassadors Sadie Reilly, Kim Smith and Oscar Diaz. Director of Parks, Recreation & Social Services Matt Mercurio proceeded over
Essex County carried out a $519K facelift at the park, including the creation of several new pickleball courts. Eric Kiefer, Patch StaffMay 31, 2019 7:00 am ET Essex County carried out a $519K facelift at Brookdale Park, including the creation of several new pickleball courts. (Photo: Essex County) ESSEX COUNTY, NJ