Thanks for your Generosity

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by Connie Medeiros & Liz Majkowski

Thank you to all of the OPC Members and those in the Community that generously contributed to our 3 day Food Drive for the Redwood Empire Food Bank in December.  We partnered with the Oakmont Rainbow Women (ORW) Club and were successful in collecting $2,060 and 284lbs of food (this does not include what the ORW Club collected) that will help feed the 30,000 families in our community that are currently supported by the Food Bank each week.  And a special thanks to Liz Majkowski, Cindi Clemence and Linda Canar for their organization skills to put this event together in a very short period of time!  

To add excitement to the Food Drive, we raffled off a Pickleball paddle which was won by Nancy Landes.

Thanks to everyone for your support of this very worthwhile cause.  Wishing all a happy, healthy 2021….pickle on!

QUARTERLY CLUB MEETING:  Mark your calendars for Wednesday, 1/27 at 3pm for our next Club Meeting via ZOOM……more details to follow.

REMINDER:  OPC Members, please submit your bio and photo for the website and to be featured on the Bulletin Boards at the courts by emailing lizmajkowski24@gmail.com.

Also, be sure to check out the bulletin boards at the courts next time you are there.  They provide useful information as well as what is happening in the Club and great cartoons by Peter Copen!  Thanks Liz for doing such a great job on the bulletin boards.

NEW PLAYER ORIENTATION:  Arrangements can be made by contacting Nancy Landes at 978-2998 to schedule yourself for the Tuesday 9am weekly sessions.

DEMO LOANER PADDLES:  Are available by contacting Doc Savarese at 349-9065.

Pickleball is HOT

Check out this Sports Illustrated article…then give yourself a pat on the back for being on the cusp of the Wild West sporting world. https://www.si.com/sports-illustrated/2022/05/24/pickleball-fastest-growing-sport-daily-cover.

Brenda Johns

Brenda Johns is the Treasurer of the Oakmont Pickleball Club for 2022. Brenda and her husband Martin have been in Oakmont for six years, and