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Canyon Lake Pickleball Club to host Junior Clinic

Canyon Lake juniors learn the sport of pickleball. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

The Canyon Lake Pickleball Club will be hosting its Junior Clinic on Saturday, January 7, from 12 to 4 p.m. This event is open to Canyon Lake residents between the ages of nine through 17. Club membership is not required to participate.

Registration is $5 and includes lessons, games and challenges, a round-robin style tournament with opportunities to win gift cards, a raffle drawing for prizes, and snacks.

To register, email [email protected] Parents who register their children prior to January 5 will be entered into a drawing for a special prize. Parents may sign up their children at the clinic; however, the clinic is limited to 24 participants with priority given to those who pre-registered.

“This is something we really want to do for our children, getting them involved with a family sport at an early age,” Club Secretary Steve Libring said. “We’re hoping to continue to get even more juniors involved and grow that age group in our club so we can have many more tournaments and clinics and establish a well-rounded junior program.”

The Canyon Lake Pickleball Club is open to all residents. The cost of a three-year membership is $30 per adult. To schedule a free introductory lesson on skills, rules, gameplay, and practice, contact Steve Libring at [email protected] 

“We want everyone to consider trying pickleball at least once and see how much fun it is,” Libring said. “It’s a great outdoor activity for all ages, eight to 88, and loads of fun for the entire family.”

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