Remainder of January schedule

Got it, thanks!

On Tue, Jan 22, 2019, 10:11 AM Pickle Ball <richlandpbfed wrote:

Jan. 22 – 4-6 pm

Jan. 24 – 9-11 am

Jan. 26 – 10-noon

Jan. 29 – 4-6 pm

Jan. 31 – 9-11 am

Feb. 2 – 9-11 amI also updated through the middle of march on the calendar and confirmed with Jodi. Obviously, these could change if needed.

Dean

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Remainder of January schedule

Jan. 22 – 4-6 pm

Jan. 24 – 9-11 am

Jan. 26 – 10-noon

Jan. 29 – 4-6 pm

Jan. 31 – 9-11 am

Feb. 2 – 9-11 amI also updated through the middle of march on the calendar and confirmed with Jodi. Obviously, these could change if needed.

Dean

Pickleball, striving to keep attendance up 10am Sundays vs late afternoon

Pickleball, striving to keep attendance up 10am Sunday vs late afternoon
For those who can attend worship on Saturdays, would you consider until the calendar opens at the community center? Lutherans and Catholics have Saturday early evening services, but can’t say for the rest.
Dean will keep you abreast as he has been. Also consider recruiting others to join in, especially on Thursday mornings. Baby boomers are good target, as we’ve discovered. Note there are anywhere from 12-18 picklers snowbirding.
Thanks for your contributions to make this endeavor healthy and fun,
Joel
PS if any of you know of Gary the dog trainer, would you please forward to him please?
https://richlandpbfed.wordpress.com/ Urge you to add our Federation website to your FAVS, Moody is maintaining that for us.

when the Richland Pickle Ball Fed was asked, how do we contribute and what for…..

Thanks for sharing!

On Wed, Jan 9, 2019, 3:26 PM joel rewald <joelrewald wrote:

What for:
the Richland Pickle Ball Federation pays the Community Center $20 a week to rent on Sunday, or when the Center is closed, due to holidays.

How do we members contribute:
Dean leaves a white cap for you to drop currency in. Dean said if everyone paid one dollar for every-time they play, including Tuesday and Thursday, we’d have money probably left over for the new outdoor courts

What about the outdoor courts:
The two old ones, Federation members paid for them, not the city.
The four new ones, so far the Federation has raised about 1/2, or $4500. Again the city accepted our proposition to repurpose the practically unused, worn out tennis courts, but on our nickel.

How do we contribute to the new courts:
If you are under 70-1/2 or you don’t have an IRA, cash works, since in all likelihood you are no longer itemizing on your taxes.
However if you are over 70-1/2 & have a traditional IRA, you can make a "Qualified Charitable Contribution" directly to the Park & Rec, and your IRA distribution will go out untaxed. Any questions abt this, email me if you would. https://smartasset.com/retirement/all-about-qualified-charitable-distributions

God willing we hope to see you all this Spring when we get back, and keep pickling on and off the court,
Joel (& Lisa)
PS We ask that you keep the Fed’s website nearby richlandpbfed.wordpress.com

when the Richland Pickle Ball Fed was asked, how do we contribute and what for…..

Thanks for sharing!

On Jan 9, 2019 4:26 PM, "joel rewald" <joelrewald> wrote:

What for:
the Richland Pickle Ball Federation pays the Community Center $20 a week to rent on Sunday, or when the Center is closed, due to holidays.

How do we members contribute:
Dean leaves a white cap for you to drop currency in. Dean said if everyone paid one dollar for every-time they play, including Tuesday and Thursday, we’d have money probably left over for the new outdoor courts

What about the outdoor courts:
The two old ones, Federation members paid for them, not the city.
The four new ones, so far the Federation has raised about 1/2, or $4500. Again the city accepted our proposition to repurpose the practically unused, worn out tennis courts, but on our nickel.

How do we contribute to the new courts:
If you are under 70-1/2 or you don’t have an IRA, cash works, since in all likelihood you are no longer itemizing on your taxes.
However if you are over 70-1/2 & have a traditional IRA, you can make a "Qualified Charitable Contribution" directly to the Park & Rec, and your IRA distribution will go out untaxed. Any questions abt this, email me if you would. https://smartasset.com/retirement/all-about-qualified-charitable-distributions

God willing we hope to see you all this Spring when we get back, and keep pickling on and off the court,
Joel (& Lisa)
PS We ask that you keep the Fed’s website nearby richlandpbfed.wordpress.com