Saturday, October 8th. OPC’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s team kicked off the 2022 season with purple flags waving. Colorful flowers spinning. Duded up doggies. And
Through the generous efforts of our community, OPC has already raised over $1000 for the 2022 Walk to End Alzheimers’ fund. Well done everyone. And
St. Paddles Day, March 12 @ the East Rec, 9:30-11:30. Our spirited gonna-be-Irish-for-the-day excuse to celebrate, play, and snack. Aren’t we the lucky ones!
“The highest forms of understanding we can achieve are laughter and human compassion.” Richard Feynman Perhaps this is why our OPC Walk Team nailed a top contributor spot
New sign ups starting for lessons in June – July 2022 See Members Page
We held our quarterly meeting on 10/28 and the board election resulted in the following positions: Maggie Schmidt, President Connie Medeiros, VP Diane Naylor, Secretary
On Thursday June 11th the OVA Board voted to revise the regulations restricting only 2 members of the same household for pickleball play. This action
Play is now open for singles with members of the same household. Please read the rest of the guidelines here:
No hard estimates yet, but we’ve got word, so clean off your paddles.
History of the NSGA (Taken directly from: http://www.nsga.com/history.aspx ) In 1985 in St. Louis, MO, a group of seven men and women formed the original leadership for
Seniors are still not only enjoying, but also competing in Baseball, Basketball, Cycling, Judo, Pickleball, Road Racing, High Jump, Long Jump, Pole Vault, Triple Jump, Triathalon,
History of the Winter National Senior Games (Taken directly from: http://www.nsga.com/winter-national-senior-games.aspx ) In 2000, the NSGA added The Winter National Senior Games which provided an opportunity for