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Updated by Jackie Gilligan July 25, 2015 pickleballscoops@gmail.com

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Pickleball is a little like tennis, only smaller. It’s a little like ping pong, only bigger. It’s even a little like badminton, but played with a wiffle ball!

Come check it out or come play with us. Visit when and where to play.  See how it’s played.

Oh yes, the REWARDs are a healthier life style and a bunch of new friends!

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We play with relish;

Put mustard on the server;

and when we are behind, we ketchup!


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Apex Schedule Exceptions for Spring/Summer



May 25th NO Pickleball indoors at all (Memorial Day)  


SUMMER Schedule Starts May 29th for Drop-in!


Monday's and Wednesday's  8 to 11 AM (four courts)

Friday's 8 to 11 AM (two courts only)


APEX Center will be shut down the week of August 17th through the 22nd for cleaning.


August 31st the FALL/WINTER schedule will began


To check schedule call the fitness desk @ 303.463.4241 (this is their direct number)

To check on the outdoor courts call the Simms Street Center @ 303.467.7120

(you might want to add these numbers to your cell list for quick reference?)


Westminster Summer Hours Effective May 26

Tuesday and Thursday from 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Eagle Statue at Apex Outdoor Courts

Donated by Sharon and Ken Marquardt

***Pickleball for Heroes Tournament  September 3-7

Sign up to play and/or be a sponsor.

Arvada pickleball players won the Golden Tennis Shoe Award for the largest team at the Arvada Ralston House .5k  Endurance Challenge.  Sixty six generous folks registered for the event and over 40 showed up and walked (some ran) while wearing pickleball necklaces made by Dottie and her crew.  A big thanks to all of you! The funds raised at the race today will help abused kids and their families. Pickle peeps are the best!  Look for the golden shoe at the outdoor courts.

Wheat Ridge, Lakewood and Littleton players, you too can participate in a Ralston House .5k!  There is a race at Belmar on August 29.  You can register on line at ralstonhouse.net. For team name put pickleball. It would be great to have a great showing at that race too!

Mary Beattie