Forty eight players took to the pickleball courts at Boys & Girls club for a members only round robin. Thirty six 3.5 players were split into three groups of 12 and twelve 4.0+ players played from 9:30 to 1:00. Each player played a total of six games and had three byes.
Big thanks to all the players and volunteers for this fun event!
And the winners are —- hover and then click on the images below to find out the winners. Players, if the results posted are messed up, please contact Carol Amos asap. She can’t remember #%@ and had to try and read the certificates from the images to recreate the results.
More events are coming soon with fun and different formats. Please check out our events page for more info.
Did you know that the City of Reno’s uses participation numbers and revenue from the Reno Tahoe Senior Games to allocate funds, staffing, and facility usage?
That is just one of many good reasons to support the City of Reno and make pickleball once again the sport with the biggest participation numbers. Bragging rights and current and future courts are on the line!
Please sign up for the Reno Tahoe Senior Games! Let’s thank the City of Reno for helping Truckee Meadows Pickleball grow and keep growing.
Registration is open for the 2019 Winter Reno Tahoe Senior Games through January 28th. Grab a partner or two! You may register online through this link or you may print out the registration packet here and register in person at Neil Road Recreation Center or Evelyn Mount Recreation Center.
It’s time for a Round Robin for 3.5+ skill levels! (Register below)
This is for Skill Levels 3.5 and above TMPC Members! Please click here for full flyer. Sign up as an individual. Each game you will be paired up with a different partner. Play about 8 games! Win awards! Have fun and support your Truckee Meadows Pickleball Club.
To register for this fun event, please click here:
Over 90 TMPC members came together to celebrate the holidays in style with great food and great fun. Thanks to all who came and donated non-perishable food!
Approximately 400 cans/packages of non-perishable food was donated by members who attended! President Lyle Mason took the donation to Food Bank of Northern Nevada which will supply about 333 meals to those in need according to Lauren Greeney, Event & Food Drive Coordinator at FBNN.
Leftover food from the food was saved and taken by Board Member Alan Clark to a homeless shelter in Carson City. Alan donates his time at the shelter and took the food directly for his shift that night.
Big thanks to all who came and to Social Events coordinator Netto Montoya who organized the event. Great food and good times!
TMPC 2nd Annual Year End Celebration and Food Drive
Enjoy the start of the holiday season, socialize with your TMPC friends and donate canned or packaged goods for the food drive. Dinner will be catered by Los Compadres Mexican Restaurant. Free to members; $15 non-members. (Suggested food donation 5 items)
Where: McKinley Arts Center, 925 Riverside Dr., Reno
Forty plus players came and paid it forward to thank the Truckee Meadows Boys and Girls Club for allowing pickleball at the gym. Costumes generated lots of smiles and laughs. Good food was provided by the Boys and Girls Club. And lots and lots of great pickleball play. After all was said and done and paddles back in our bags, TMPC raised $1585 for the Boys and Girls Club. Hooray!
Pictures with the best costume winners can be accessed below. Please click on image thumbprints below to see full size images.
Thanks to all who came. Great time! Great members and guests! Great fun!