Exercise, Fellowship and Social Distancing through Pickleball

Tired of binge-watching old TV series? Longing to get back with friends in person but need to keep six feet apart? Has your interest in Zoom meetings waned? If so, a weekly pickleball outing could be just the ticket. John White is organizing a few Rotarians and others who might be interested in getting together over the summer months for a couple hours of non-competitive fun.
Pickleball is a sport that combines elements of tennis, ping pong, and badminton. It is played on a hard court sized for badminton with solid paddles and a plastic wiffle ball. It is typically played as doubles. With the relatively small court, paddles instead of racquets, underhand serving, and a slowish ball, the game is easily accessible by all age groups. The keys are reflexes, teamwork, and strategy.
If you are interested in learning more about pickleball and helping to determine the best time and place to play, contact John White. Please contact him even if you just want to know where the name arose.