PICKLEBALL The Summerland Pickleball Club held its 2019 championship on Sept. 7. (Photo submitted)

Summerland Pickleball Club holds championship event

Organization’s membership has tripled over the last two years

Summerland Pickleball Club

The 2019 Pickleball Club Championship was held at Peach Orchard Pickleball Courts Saturday Sept. 7.

A winners: Angie Milne and Barry Borrett.

B winners: Ken Pratt and Dawn Emerson.

C winners: Margaret Wouda and Jerry Flaman.

There are more than 140 members in the club that has more than tripled in size over the last two years.

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