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MU hosts Pickleball Palooza  

MU partners with Power Packs Project to have its First Annual Pickleball Palooza.

Pickleball enthusiasts should step out on Saturday, June 22, for a day filled with fun and, of course, Pickleball. Pickleball Palooza will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Student Memorial Center at Millersville University. The event is organized by Power Packs Project, a non-profit organization located in Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties, dedicated to ending hunger in local schools over the weekend when free school breakfasts and lunches aren’t available.

All players must be 18+ to register. The registration fee is $30 and is limited to four registrations per order. There are two levels of play you can register for, advanced beginner and intermediate.

The games will take place in doubles in a round-robin format. A round-robin is a competition format in which each contestant meets every other participant, usually in turn. All players will be randomly matched based on skill level. The advanced beginner level will begin at 9:00 a.m., and the intermediate level will begin following the conclusion of the advanced beginner round. All those participating will receive a medal and a T-shirt. After a long day of pickleball, snacks and drinks will be available for players during and following the tournament, courtesy of Walmart and Wawa.

Registration for Advanced Beginner: First Annual Power Packs Pickleball Palooza – ADVANCED BEGINNER Tickets | Millersville, PA | Student Memorial Center, Ville Courts (etix.com).

Registration for Intermediate: First Annual Power Packs Pickleball Palooza – INTERMEDIATE Tickets | Millersville, PA | Student Memorial Center, Ville Courts (etix.com).

Not able to play but still want to support the Power Packs Project? Click here –Hungry Kids Can’t Learn (salsalabs.org).

 

 

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