Pickleball Fix

by Mel Kohlberg

Saturday Cookout

We have a couple new chefs in town! The August 5th cookout will feature Steve Combs and Kevin Gautier's culinary expertise, with a menu of grilled chicken and grilled pineapple. Come welcome our new chefs and meet up with old friends and have a great time! Music for listening, dancing and singing along will be provided by Marilyn and Charlie Siekierzynski. Please sign up on the Den and bring a dish to share with 6-8 people. Cheapest date around. $5.00 is an amazing deal for the opportunity to listen to good music, socialize with members, and try out this main dish! If you would like to volunteer for set up, serving, or clean up, please contact Diane . Let's make it a big summerparty!

Club News

Did you know, were you cognizant of the fact, you can read Club news and calendar content in the weekly TPCA Timber Times and the monthly newsletter blurb and that you can also read that content by viewing current and past Friday Fix emails on our website.

Scam Alert

Several people have received scam emails, texts and/or phone calls addressed to club members and asking for gift cards for pickleball-related activities. Rest assured the Pickleball Club does not solicit members for gift cards or other monies. Further, rest assured TPPC does not share or make public its membership roster information (name, email, phone #). If you receive such scam communications, just block and delete the message. If you need help or have questions, please ask a board member for guidance.

Positivity and Pickleball

Mental well-being is as important as physical well-being. Pickleball can improve both. Exercise increases your overall sense of well-being, which puts more pep in your step every day. Exercise also has some direct stress-busting benefits. Physical activity bumps up the production of your brain’s feel-good hormones, called endorphins. That is why even though we are physically tired after exercise we feel better all over. Submitted by Pat Thayer

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