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Changes to Willow Lane PB

Good Morning,

We will be making some changes at Willow Lane to be courteous to the neighbors as well as to address an immediate safety concern. Please notify your clubs that beginning Monday June 292020 the following  will be in effect:

  • Dura brand balls will not be allowed at this complex and we will post a USPA approved quiet paddle list so that individuals can start to move towards a quieter paddle. Most players already use an approved paddle but wooden paddles are not to be in use. Here is link if you would like to provide for your members. A laminated list will also be posted on site: https://www.pickleballportal.com/gear/paddles/best-quiet-pickleball-paddles/
  • We will post some laminated signs that ask players to fill empty courts starting from the West side and then moving towards the East, especially for 8am arrival. The complex hours are 8am-8pm and are posted at the court.
  • Due to immediate safety concerns of playground participants and neighborhood impact, players will need to park in the softball complex and walk the short distance to the courts. We will get permanent signs made and posted ASAP that state: “street parking only for residents and playground participants only” however, we will implement these changes beginning  6/29/2020 and have some staff onsite to educate the players.   

Thank you for helping us let all of the players know.

City of Boise-smallPaula LawsonAquatics and Adult Sports ManagerParks and Recreation DepartmentOffice: (208)608-7685plawson@cityofboise.org Making Boise the most livable city in the country.

Boise and Meridian Parks Opening!

From Jane Hosteny

Great news everyone!   The pickleball courts in Boise will reopen tomorrow, Saturday, during Stage 2 of the reopening plan.
I went over to Manitou Park this afternoon to check on the courts and the nets were up and the gate unlocked, so all is good.  But please, continue practicing social distancing and bring hand sanitizer if you have some.
For more information on what’s reopening in Stage 2, click on the link below and scroll down to Boise Parks and Recreation.
https://www.cityofboise.org/departments/mayor/coronavirus-covid-19-information/#stage2

Hope to see you on the courts soon!

Jane Hosteny BPC Secretary

Register for Pickleball Summit

Hi Pickleballers,
The Pickleball Summit is now ready for registrations!  
Go to their website: https://thepickleballsummit.com/register
It is important to get this announcement out to the pickleball world.  All our players are at home “sheltering in place”, bored to tears.  They need a fun, positive message from their pickleball community, providing information about upcoming events, new technologies and hearing from many of the most influential players and coaches in the game today.
Please forward this announcement to any and all your friends and contacts so everyone we know can enjoy this Summit.  Don’t forget the pickleball clubs and groups with large email lists!I hope to see you online next week?

Paul Olson

Selkirk Brand Ambassador

AAU District Sports Director

PPR & IPTPA Certified Coach

612-963-7650

paul@paulolsonpickleballacademy.com

primesourceone@gmail.com

Pickleball Quaratine From The Pickleball Channel

Posted by HR on April 9, 2020 in Pickleball Channel

Pickleball Quarantine – What Now?

With everyone in worldwide lockdown, life has changed. Staying safe at home is the norm and missing pickleball is something we are learning to live with.

Join us as we share the latest updates from across the pickleball community. From recreational pickleball to the status of tournaments across the nation, Rusty Howes walks us through it all. We even share what the USAPA is trying to do to keep us all excited about the sport of pickleball as well as what people around the world are trying to do on their own.

The most important thing is that everyone Stay Safe, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected. We can do this together if we are #PickleballStrong.

From The Pickleball Channel

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