SUPER SENIOR INTERNATIONAL PICKLEBALL ASSOCIATION (SSIPA)

A new Association has been formed for Senior Pickleball players age 65+.

Webpage: www.SSIPA-PB.org.  For more information, membership application,and tournament calendar is available on the webpage.  More Tournaments will be added in 2017

SSIPA email address is SSIPA.PB @gmail.com     Membership questions contact: ssipa.membership@gmail.com

MISSION STATEMENT: The mission of the SUPER SENIOR INTERNATIONAL PICKLEBALL ASSOCIATION (SSIPA) is to support the growth of Pickleball around the world, through a social, competitive environment for players of all skill levels ages 65 plus.

THE NEXT BIG STEP IN THE EVOLUTION OF PICKLEBALL

PROFESSIONAL PICKLEBALL HAS ARRIVED. PROFESSIONAL PICKLEBALL

FEDERATION IS THE LATEST ORGANIZATION TO MOVE PICKLEBALL TO THE NEXT LEVEL.

CHECK OUT WWW.PBFEDERATION.COM.  NOTICE HOW MANY COUNTRIES (14-15) ARE

OFFERING PICKLEBALL.  EXCITING TO REALIZE BOISE COULD BE A VENUE FOR THE PRO 

PLAYERS TO COME AND PLAY ON OUR 12-14 COURTS LOCATED IN HOBBLE CREEK PARK.

Andy Roddick Plays Pickleball

From the Pickleball Channel

This past week the Andy Roddick Foundation held a fundraiser for the organization and the activity everyone was focused on was PICKLEBALL! Andy Roddick, world champion tennis pro, was there himself and played pickleball for the first time.

He was ranked number 1 in the world in 2003 when he won the US Open Grand Slam championship title. Playing professional tennis for 13 seasons Andy Roddick was ranked Top 10 in the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) for 9 years in a row.  Retiring in 2012, Andy spends time supporting his philanthropic efforts based out of Austin, Texas. This particular event, supported by the ASK Charitable Foundation, raised funds to meet the goals of ARF which aims to enrich the lives of children outside the classroom.

Amer Delić, friend of Andy’s and tennis pro as well, and top pickleball players from around the country, like Scott Moore and Kyle Yates, showed up to support the event wholeheartedly.  The USAPA, represented by Christine Barksdale, showed their support as well and was excited to bring pickleball to the Austin, TX community.

More Pickleball at Homecourt!

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There is now more pickleball play than ever before at Homecourt YMCA!

YMCA Homecourt
936 Taylor Avenue, Meridian, ID 83642
(208) 855-5711

Sundays: 10:00AM—12:00PM
Sundays: 6:30PM—9:30PM*
Mondays thru Fridays: 8:00AM—12:00PM
Wednesdays: 6:30PM—9:30PM**
Thursdays: 6:30PM—9:30PM**
Fridays: 6:30PM—9:30PM***

*OPEN GYM – Courts #1 & #2 – Basketball (one court), pickleball (one court) and Volleyball (one court).
**ADULTS – Individuals 18 years of age and older. Court #1 (two total pickleball courts)
***FAMILY NIGHT – Courts #1 & #2 – Basketball, Volleyball and Pickleball (one court of each).

Please note that the sessions in red are a City of Meridian program and NOT a Treasure Valley Family YMCA program. YMCA memberships do not apply to this program.

Here are the costs to attend those programs:

Meridian Resident Youth 17 years of age or under – $2 per day
Meridian Resident Seniors (55+ years of age) – $2 per day
Meridian Resident Adults (18-54 years of age) – $3 per day
ALL Non-Meridian Residents – $4 per day

Download the flyer from City of Meridian for Open Gym Rules and Regulations.

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