Pickleball Courts and Pathways Ribbon Cutting invitation


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Posted Online: Oct. 29, 2013, 3:57 pm
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Press release submitted by Director of Parks and Recreation, Bettendorf


Kiwanis Park Pickleball Courts and Pathways Ribbon Cutting Invitation

Please join us for a Ribbon Cutting for the newly renovated pathways and brand new "Pickleball Courts" at Kiwanis Park on Saturday November 2 at Noon. There will also be a demonstration of Pickleball by the members of the Quad City Pickleball Club and the public is welcome to participate. Pickleball Racquets will be available!

For more details on just what "Pickleball" is, go to either http://qcpickleball.wordpress.com/news/ , or http://www.pickleballvideos.net/pickleball-birthplace-bainbridge-island/. In the event of inclement weather, the ceremony and demonstration will be rescheduled for the same time on Saturday November 11th.






















 



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