Registration for the Huntsville Pickleball Club Charity Tournament for (WOC and Meals on Wheels) is open. The tournament will be held at the Madison Crossroads Community Center, 11329 Pulaski Pike, Toney, Alabama 35773, on December 28th 2019, starting at 9:00 am. The last day to register is December 10, 2019. You do not need to be a member of HPC to participate in the tournament. Each participant must register and pay separately. Click Here for additional information and to register for the tournament.
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Registration for the Huntsville Pickleball Club Charity Tournament for Food Pantries is open. The tournament will be held on December 27, 2018. The last day to register is December 10, 2018. Each participant must register and pay separately. Click Here for additional information and to register for the tournament.
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Thanks to all who assisted, played and participated as spectators in the Pickleball Charity tournament. Also thanks to all who made donations to Rock Steady Boxing.
Happy New Year,
HPC Executive Committee
The following article was published in the SSIPA (Super Senior International Pickleball Association) newsletter.
Huntsville Pickleball Club – Rock Steady Boxing
Kudos to Our Members: Sherry Barnes, Patricia McInnis, Alice Tym & Bart Brannon. The Huntsville (AL) Pickleball Club, consisting of 300 members, sponsored a very successful one-day tournament to benefit the local Rock Steady Boxing program. The Rock Steady program is a nationally recognized, scientifically based boxing/exercise program that slows the progression of Parkinson’s disease. The program is based on three concepts: connection, consistency, and compassion. Our chapter has over 200 Parkinson’s participants that workout daily with certified Rock Steady boxing coaches. Huntsville Pickleball Club, with the help of SSIPA members, Alice Tym and Bart Brannon, raised $2,340.00 for our local chapter of Rock Steady Boxing. Not only did our tournament entrants play in a round robin age/skill competition, but they also had an opportunity to win points (for a 5.00 donation) against Alice and Bart. Participants also made donations by trying to “out dink” our Chattanooga elves-Dianne and Mike Pendergrass. Because of the eye/hand co-ordination benefits of pickleball, plans are in the works to add a “pickleball skills corner” to the daily exercise regimen at our local Rock Steady gym.
Tournament Directors – SSIPA members – Cheryl (Sherry) Barnes and Patricia McInnis