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Important Meeting!

Meeting-PaperPeopleOn June 18th @ 4:00 p.m. the Boise Parks and Recreation Commission will meet to discuss and determine the fate of the Hobble Creek Park Pickleball Complex.

The commission proposes and recommends rules and regulations for all Boise City Parks and Recreation facilities in connection with the maintenance, operation, management, control, and use of all the public park grounds, park and recreation facilities, open space, zoos, and cemeteries in the City.

It is IMPORTANT that we have as many pickleball players present as possible to show our support of the complex.

As you enter the room, you will have a chance to sign in and by signing in each person who wants to speak will have 3 minutes to express the REASONS for the complex.

If you have submitted written comments, the commissioners have been given those comments.

Please come join us to support the complex so that we will receive approval to build a permanent home for our fun game —  PICKLEBALL.

Meeting Information:

Thursday, June 18th
4:00 p.m.
Boise City Hall, 150 N. Capitol Boulevard,
3rd Floor, Building 1

New Play Time!

downloadBy majority vote we will change our start time for open club play to 9:00 a.m.
 
So Mondays at Hobble Creek Park at 9:00 a.m.
 
And Fridays at Helen B. Lowder Park at 9:00 a.m.
 

Hope to see y’all there!

Congratulations!

Congratulations are due to a few of our local players.

Sonya and Dennis Kinchloe recently competed in the “CRUNCHY DILL TOURNEY” in Eugene, Oregon.  BPC-Dennis

Dennis Kinchloe and his partner John Little won Silver in 3.5 Men’s Doubles and Bronze in 3.5 Senior Men’s Doubles.BPC-Sonya

Sonya Kinchloe and her partner Linda Scherf won Gold in 3.5 Women’s Doubles and Silver in 4.0 Senior Women’s Doubles.

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Dick Johnson competed in the “MAY MANIA TOURNEY” in Spokane, Washington.

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Dick Johnson (age 75) and partner Sunnylynne Gray (age 67) won Gold in 55+ Mixed Doubles.
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Dick and partner Del Root (both age 75) won Gold in 70+ Men’s Doubles and Silver in 60+ Men’s Doubles.

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