Canyon Lake Jr. Women’s Club hosts Pickleball Tournament to combat child trafficking

Mike Kidd is presented with a gift card for his first place win. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

The Canyon Lake Jr. Women’s Club, with the help of several Pickleball Club members, organized a Pickleball Poker Tournament aimed at raising funds to help combat child trafficking. Participants not only showcased their pickleball skills but also had the opportunity to contribute to an important cause.

Thirty-two participants competed in the round-robin style tournament. Players who won their single-game match could draw an additional poker card to improve their hands.

Mike Kidd took first place in the Intermediate and Advanced Division. Tina Dudka secured the second place spot, Tom Nathan took third place, and John Rash came in fourth place.

Second place winner Tina Dudka. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

In the Beginners Division, Jay Short clinched first place, Joan Key came in second place, and Mary Frost rounded out the top three.

Tina Dudka, Shelley Moore, Mike Bowers, Steve Carroll, Diane Libring, Terri Cherry, and Ron Sisco won raffle prizes, which included several themed baskets.

With the community’s support, initiatives like these contribute to creating a safer and brighter future for vulnerable children.

The Jr. Women’s Club’s next event is a charity golf tournament scheduled for Saturday, April 6. For more details, click here.

The Canyon Lake Jr. Women’s Club is a non-profit philanthropic club. Its mission is to provide students with scholarships, assist families in need, and provide safe playground equipment for area parks. To accomplish this mission, the club hosts several fundraisers throughout the year.

Third place winner Tom Nathan. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

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