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West Kelowna Pickleball Club

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The club will following provincial and city guidelines about safe play.

PLease note the following update to our COVID Procedures!

I want to thank all Club members as we all have been doing our best to follow our COVID rules for safe play. So far so good, but just in case if a member of our club or a person in their bubble thinks they have been exposed to COVID-19 or have been asked to be tested the following are the procedures the Club will use to help reduce the spread of COVID. 

If someone in your social bubble is being tested for COVID, please do not come to the courts.  As quickly as possible email me of the estimated time for testing and the outcome of the testing. 

The Club will confirm and organize its courts attendance record in case contact tracing is required.  If the test turns out positive, the Club will shut down.

The Club (Hank and I) will work with the member to implement whatever contact tracing measures may be required by the City of West Kelowna and the Provincial Health Authority.

James Chivers-Wilson president@pickleballwestkelowna.ca

‘Drill the Skill’ is now starting at 5:30 pm on Mondays

August 25, 2020

IMPORTANT REMINDER

In order for WKPC to continue to operate we must maintain certain guidelines:
1. Each player must serve with their own ball. At the end of play, other players will return the ball to the owner by using their paddle or their foot (not your hand).
2. Each player must maintain physical distancing at all times, including when entering and leaving the Court
GUIDELINES 1 AND 2 HAVE NOT CHANGED.
Even though we have moved to Phase 3, I urge you to be even more mindful now than ever before. We cannot afford to let our guard down.
Anne Magnan
Membership Coordinator

BE KIND, BE CALM AND BE SAFE

Please watch this video carefully to see how each player kicks the ball to the owner of the ball and how each player has her own ball and never uses her hand to touch the other player’s pickleball.