Holiday Banquet Is Full! Sunday 5:30 – 8:00 pm

Thanks to all members who RSVP’ed and are coming. Please note that the event will be from 5:30 to 8:00 pm at McKinley Arts Center

Be sure to remember your minimum of 5 non perishable food items in a bag or box for the food drive!

An earlier post had the incorrect start time of 5:00 pm. Event will start at 5:30 pm. If you you come early, we will put you to work! 




Updates from TMPC – November 27

We hope you all had a great Thanksgiving and wish you a wonderful Christmas and holiday season. 

A few fun events are coming up for TMPC members in the next few weeks. Be sure to sign up if you can come!

Sunday December 2, 2018 – Holiday Party and Food Drive
EVENT TIME CORRECTION: 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm (If you come early, that’s okay we will just put you to work setting up!)
  • Free to TMPC Members – So far 60+ members and 11 guests have signed up!
  • Non members – Cost will be $15 payable at door.
  • Event will  be from 5:30 to 8 pm.
  • Please bring at least 5 non perishable food items for the food drive and please bring them in a plastic bag or box for easy loading into Lyle’s car.
  • Event will be catered and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided. Sorry, no alcohol allowed per agreement with McKinley Art Center.

To RSVP please click here ASAP: December 2nd Holiday Party and Food Drive

Not sure if you have RSVP’ed? Please click here to see guest list: RSVP List for Holiday Banquet

Friday December 7, 2018 – 2.5 & 3.0 Round Robin




December Round Robin for 2.5 and 3.0 Skill Levels

It’s time for a Round Robin! (Register below)

This is for Skill Levels 2.5 & 3.0 TMPC Members! Please click on thumbnail image below 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:
Register for December 7th Round Robin

TMPC Holiday Party and Food Drive – Sunday December 2nd

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

When:   Sunday, December 2, 2018    5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Please RSVP by clicking here: TMPC Holiday Party and Food Drive or you may email

We hope you all come!


USAPA Live Feed from Nationals on ESPN!

USAPA Nationals


ESPN3 to Live Broadcast Event

ESPN3 to Air Tournament Live from 4-8 p.m. EST Daily, November 8-11;
One-Hour Margaritaville Pickleball Special Premieres November 25 on ESPNEWS

Indian Wells, Calif., November 5, 2018 – Margaritaville Holdings today announced a partnership with ESPN, giving fans front row access to tune in to the 2018 Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships – regardless of their current latitude. Hosted by tennis legends Luke and Murphy Jensen, the must-see dynamic 1993 French Open Doubles Champions, the live broadcast will air from 4-8 p.m. EST this Thursday, November 8 through Sunday, November 11 on ESPN3. A one-hour special will debut at 3 p.m. EST Sunday, November 25 on ESPNEWS and re-air on the same network at 1 p.m. EST Saturday, December 22.

“We’re thrilled to announce our collaboration with ESPN, making it possible for viewers at home to join in on all of the fun and excitement around this growing sport,” said Tamara Baldanza-Dekker, Margaritaville’s chief marketing officer. “Whether watching at home or experiencing the event in person, spectators are in for a great time. Fins Up, Paddles Up!”

The 2018 Margaritaville USA Pickleball National Championships – which has drawn 2,200 players of all ages and skill levels – is currently being held at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden in partnership with sports and entertainment management company Desert Champions and the United States Pickleball Association (USAPA). Margaritaville is the title sponsor of the premier sanctioned tournament of the USAPA.

Nine days of events include singles, doubles, mixed doubles and professional division matches. The Indian Wells Tennis Garden features 44 match courts as well as a Championship Court, all of which showcase Margaritaville branding, as will the on-site Shade Pavilion and Bar. Live music, the centerpiece of the Margaritaville brand, will take place each day, along with exciting Margaritaville-inspired activities and promotions. The tournament’s livestream will feature the same fun, excitement and surprises, making viewers feel like they are in California in the Margaritaville state of mind.

The tournament successfully kicked off this past Saturday, November 3, with great matches and evening entertainment, followed by a media challenge charity event on Sunday, November 4. The tournament concludes on Sunday, November 11.

Those unable to attend can stream live coverage available on WatchESPNand the ESPN App. It should also be noted that the above broadcast schedule is subject to change.



TM Boys and Girls Club Halloween Fundraiser 2018

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!



Save the dates!

Lots of TMPC events are coming up in the next few months including some new events to the club.  More information will be coming soon, but the TMPC Board met today and wanted to keep all the members updated and save the dates.

Wednesday  October 31st – 9:00 to 1:30 Halloween party fundraiser for Truckee Meadows Boys & Girls Club. Costumes are optional but welcome. Suggested donation is $30 with checks made payable to Truckee Meadows Boys & Girls Club. Lunch is included.




Sunday December 2nd – TMPC Holiday Party – Event will be fully catered for all members. Scheduled for 5:30 to 8:30 pm so go ahead and shop that day and come and have dinner on the club! Please RSVP for this great holiday party here: RSVP Holiday Party


Friday December 7th – Round Robin for 2.5 & 3.0 Players – Signups at a later date. Just don’t schedule any Christmas shopping for that day….




Saturday January 12th – Tournament in Fallon – Churchill County High School Softball Team is holding a tournament as a fundraiser. Ages 16+ are welcome to play from all the local high schools. Post graduates are welcome too. Actually, this will be open to everyone!


Friday January 18th – Round Robin for 3.5+ Players – Signups at a later date. Just don’t schedule any snowshoeing for that day…. Oh, and this is a European robin!


TMPC Members Only Sunday League Play in Fallon

Sunday Morning League Play in Fallon – Starting in January –  More information will be coming soon, but the City of Fallon has generously offered us use of the City-County Gym Sunday mornings in Fallon. Skill levels will rotate weekends so travel to Fallon is not necessary for every Sunday. If you are interested league play this winter in Fallon, please enter your information by clicking here: Winter Fallon League Interest Form



Getting to Know TMPC Members – Carol Amos


I HAVE BEEN A TMPC MEMBER since the club was formed.

I FIRST HEARD ABOUT PICKLEBALL through an obituary of an old boyfriend’s mom.

I LOVE PICKLEBALL BECAUSE it helps me get out of my head. It makes me laugh. I have met amazing people from all over the states and the world. And while I don’t have abs of steel or a six pack, PB has helped my balance, flexibility and made me an old lady athlete.

MY OTHER HOBBIES AND INTERESTS INCLUDE anything outdoors! I walk out in the desert by our place daily with our dog, Greta, and love to get 4 to 5 miles in each morning. Husband Mike and I love to fish and get out into the hills. I also bird – it’s an action verb for me. I feed over 200 pounds of grape jelly each summer to Bullock’s Orioles. And I’m all about hummingbirds and love to feed them by hand.

I PLAY PICKLEBALL AT LEAST twice a week on Monday and Wednesday nights. In Fallon, most of our players work during the day so we are lucky that the City of Fallon has permanently lined three courts for us in the back half of the community gym.

MY DREAM PICKLEBALL PARTNER IS my husband Mike if we can ever make it through a game without rolling our eyes at each other.

IN MY PREVIOUS (OR CURRENT) LIFE I WAS (AM) a food service worker (two days!), bank teller (I loved counting money), database manager for high school in Fallon. And while I was working at the high school, I watched Law and Order all day long while I was working. Hooray for Hulu & Netflix!

MOST PEOPLE DON’T KNOW THAT I am a fierce advocate for mental illness. Mike and I have a daughter with a severe mental illness and she humbles and amazes me daily.


Let’s get to know all our members!

Please share your info here: Getting to Know TMPC Members Form