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  • January 28, 2023 1:50 PM | Anonymous member

    Greetings from your 2023 Loveland Pickleball Club board!

    We’ve had our first board meeting and want to begin by thanking all of you who responded to our survey. We also want you to know that WE HEAR YOU! Below are the results and our thoughts for each category. Please keep in mind we are in our beginning stages and may not have all the answers.

    The goal of LPC Board is to spend all annual dues on Court Reservations from May through September, and we hope these events result in community building and friendship development. All other club activities rely on volunteer assistance and/or added fees. Please let us know if you can volunteer your time and talent to support skill development, tournaments, or other activities!

    A majority (63%) of respondents enjoy playing during work hours and a fairly large number (37%) can only play outside of work hours. The LPC Board recognizes this. We currently reserve most court times from 8-10 AM. We also reserve court time on Monday evenings for our Ladder League and Thursday evenings for PickleSkills. For 2023, we have added court reservations on Sunday mornings at Osborn. We will continue to study this issue and add indoor play during off-work hours.

    69% of respondents are seeking indoor options. Based on your response, the LPC Board has started working on indoor options and will announce some affordable indoor events soon! Because we spend all current funds on outdoor courts, indoor options can only be offered at an added cost to our members. We will start with Pay Per Session and we plan to offer upgraded membership once we gauge participation and identify adequate indoor courts.

    More than half of respondents are of average skill, while smaller groups identified themselves as beginner, or advanced. Based on your feedback, the LPC Board will be working on ways to cater more specifically to these three groups. Lower skilled players are seeking mentorship and skill development. Players of all skills are seeking events matching their skill level. To help with this, please update your skill level in your profile on the LPC website.

    Slightly more than half of our respondents are 65 or over, while the smaller half is under 65. We had numerous comments asking for tournament play to be separated by age. The LPC Board will be working toward this goal, creating a division for players 65 and over, and a different division for those 64 or less. Our ability to separate by age brackets depends heavily on the number of players in each age bracket registered for the event.

    Approximately half of respondents offered additional comments which are summarized here:

    • 22% of comments were seeking affordable indoor play. We hear you, and we are working on that.
    • 16% of comments were complimentary toward LPC. It is our pleasure to volunteer for you!
    • 14% of comments concerned accurate player ratings, and rated court reservations. We will be working on both. Please review “Skill Expectations” on the “Rules” page of our website as you update your skill rating. Also be sure to use PlayTime Scheduler to view skill levels of players you are joining. PlayTime Scheduler and the LPC Contact List are excellent tools to build groups of similar skill! The LPC Board will be focusing separately on groups 3.25 and under, vs. advanced groups 3.5 and over. It is our goal to provide focused court reservations and skill level development. We need volunteers!
    • 11% of comments stated a desire for more training and/or PickleSkills. Remember, these activities require volunteer trainers, and/or additional fees. We will reserve these activities for players 3.0 or below. Advanced players, please let us know if you are interested in training others! We need you.
    • 11% of comments requested age separation (65+ vs. under 65) in league competition. We hear you, and we will work on that.
    • 5% of comments requested more court time or more court availability. Remember, the Club currently spends all dues on court reservations. You can arrange more court time through PlayTime Scheduler, and you can search for other members of similar rating on the LPC member contact list. Ask an LPC Board member for help to create your own email group.
    • 3.5% of comments requested evening and weekend play. We currently reserve a small amount of evening and weekend hours, but we will be adding indoor weekend play. Please check PlayTime Scheduler for evening and weekend options that fit your schedule and skill level.
    • 3.5% of comments stated the importance of PlayTime Scheduler. Yes, this is an excellent tool to create your own meet ups and find players of similar rating. Always be sure to add your name to scheduled sessions before showing up! This prevents over-crowding.
    • 2.5% of comments concerned Parks & Rec court conditions or availability. The LPC Board has communicated these issues with Parks & Rec on numerous occasions. We are working for you!
    • 1.2% requested t-shirts or other LPC logo merchandise. We will be announcing a plan this spring.

    To accomplish these goals for all of you we are going to need help from volunteers. If you feel you have the time, please reach out to any of the board members. You can also enhance your experience with LPC by using our member list along with PlayTime Scheduler.

    Thank you again for your participation!

    TracieTonyPattyMark, and Laurie – Your LPC Board

    Along with Bob, Sandy, and Mark, our Board Advisors.

  • December 14, 2022 12:22 PM | Anonymous member

    December 14, 2022

    Here are the results of the 2023 LPC Board of Directors Election:

    161 votes were cast.

    • Laurie Alburn – 150 For, 3 Against
    • Anthony (Tony) Fiore – 151 For, 0 Against
    • Tracie Lillard – 151 For, 0 Against
    • Patty Lowe – 151 For, 1 Against
    • Mark Williams – 160 For, 0 Against

    The new Board has selected the following roles for each member. Feel free to contact any Board member at the listed email address.

    Congratulations to the 2023 LPC Board of Directors!

  • October 24, 2022 10:52 AM | Anonymous member

    October 24, 2022

    Hi all,

    Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday at NORCO for our LPC Annual Membership Meeting and Indoor Pickleball Event. We had a great turnout!

    Here are the notes from our annual meeting which are also posted on our website under the Members tab.

    As we mentioned at the meeting, we're looking for LPC volunteers interested in volunteering for one of the open board positions. Please reply to this email if you're interested and we'll set up a time to talk with you so you have a better understanding of what's involved.

    See you on the courts!

  • September 01, 2022 5:32 PM | Anonymous member

    September 1, 2022

    Hi all,

    Here are the latest LPC updates:


    Our annual LPC meeting will be held at NORCO in late October.

    We're reserving NORCO for 6 hours for open play and for the meeting. We'll send out more details as we get closer to the date. We'd love to see a great turnout from our members!


    September is the last month LPC reserves courts exclusively for our members. Here is the current court reservation schedule. Court reservations will not be extended into October this year. Get out and play while the weather is gorgeous!


    We've received a lot of feedback about needing courts for our most advanced members. This month, we're running a trial to see if we have enough advanced player interest to justify these reservations. Two courts are reserved at Mehaffey from 8 - 10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting Tuesday, September 6th. These additional courts are not in the published court reservation schedule.


    Beginning September 3rd, you can reserve SIMON by contacting Debbie Jostes. Thank you Debbie!


    Check out this article on BVM Sports! Two of our LPC members, Rich and Kathy Lawson, are featured.


    Are you looking for one more tournament before the end of the 2022 season? Check out the September Smash tournament in Fort Collins on September 24th and 25th.

    See you on the courts!

  • August 15, 2022 11:48 AM | Anonymous member

    August 15, 2022

    Hi all, 

    Here are the latest updates:


    We still have room in the Hotshot Advanced session (> 4.0) and the Novice sessions (< 3.0). Sign up today if you're interested! This event is also open to the public, so you can share this information with people outside the LPC.

    Here is the flyer with details.


    Registrations are still open for the LPC Fall Tournament. Don't delay; sign up today! You must be an LPC member to register. Registration is open for all 5 events:

    • Mixed Doubles Tournament on Saturday, September 17th, 8 am to 2 pm

    • Men’s Doubles Tournament on Sunday, September 18th, 8 am to 2 pm

    • Women’s Doubles Tournament on Sunday, September 18th, 8 am to 2 pm

    • Open Play on Saturday, September 17th, 9 am to 11:30 am

    • Open Play on Sunday, September 18th, 9 a.m. to 11:30 am

    You MUST have a partner to sign up for the Mixed Doubles, Men’s Doubles, or Women’s Doubles tournaments. We have a new Forum to help you find a partner if you’re interested in playing in these tournaments. See the Find a Tournament Partner forum


    Check out A Dinkin' Problem by the Cow Cats, written and produced by Edmond Bruneau from the Walla Walla Pickleball Association!

    See you on the courts!

  • July 13, 2022 1:38 PM | Anonymous member

    July 13, 2022

    Hi all, 

    Here are the latest LPC Updates:

    We Need Subs for Ladder League!

    We need subs for all levels for Ladder League. Ladder League is played on Monday evenings from 6 - 8 p.m. at Osborn Park in Loveland. If you are interested in subbing, please contact Mark Henry, Provide Mark with your self-rating and your preferred contact information (text, phone, email).

    Delay Play at Sunnyside Until 8:00 a.m.

    The Loveland Pickleball Club is requesting that pickleball play at Sunnyside not start until 8:00 am, including court cleanup with leaf blowers. Many of the older homes do not have air conditioning and leave their windows open at night. Recently, the noise has started before 7:00 am.

    2022 Loveland Pickleball Club Strategic Pickleball Camp

    Adam Johnson and Greg Williams help you dominate your level of play and learn the strategies needed to take your game to the next level!

    Adam and Greg compete nationally at the 5.0 level and are regulars on medal stands across the country.

    The camps will be held August 23 - 25 depending on your level. For more information, see Strategic Pickleball Camp.

    If you are interested in attending one of these camps, please sign up in the Event Calendar. Make sure you choose the correct level and time. We will not issue refunds unless a replacement is found. Registration is now open!

    Dink Tournament

    Fort Collins Pickleball Club is hosting a Dink Tournament on July 23rd. For more information, see FC Dink Tournament.

    Mehaffey Bathroom Vandalized

    The Parks Department has advised that the handicap women's toilet at Mehaffey Park has been vandalized and is out of order. In addition, the bathrooms at Mehaffey Park now automatically close at 8:30 pm in an attempt to avoid further vandalism. Surveillance cameras have been installed.


    Lori Zink

  • June 19, 2022 2:22 PM | Anonymous member

    June 19, 2022

    Hi all,

    Here are the latest updates for LPC:


    Thank you to everyone who took the time to answer our poll on court reservations. A summary of the poll results and the submitted comments can be found here.

    Based on the comments we received, 2 additional courts have been reserved on Tuesday and Thursday from 8 - 10 am at Centennial for Advanced play starting in July. 

    Please take the time to read through the summary!


    Tyler Vann and Kyle Yates are conducting 4 clinics next month with each clinic open to 16 people. You can sign up for one of these clinics today on our website in the Events Calendar.

    For more information, see the clinic flyer.

    If we are unable to fill all these spots with LPC members, we will open the clinics to the public.


    PickleSkills has been a great success again this year! For those of you participating in PickleSkills, please show up at 5:30 to help set up nets and courts and get ready to play. We need to make sure all players are checked in on their nets before 6:00 so we keep the drills running on time!


    Once again, July Ladder League filled up in 24 hours. We will send out an announcement when the August Ladder League Registration is about to open. Put a reminder in your calendar to sign up the day registration opens if you want to play.

    Also remember that Loveland Parks and Recreation offers Ladder Leagues on Saturday mornings at Osborn. You can find additional information in the Summer 2022 Activity Guide.


    Please also remember to update your Self-rating in your Profile if necessary. This is especially important if you're signing up for LPC events. Instructions for updating your Profile are on the Home page of our website under the topic, Update Your Info.

    See you on the courts!

  • May 26, 2022 9:08 AM | Anonymous member

    May 26, 2022

    Hi all,

    Here are the latest updates for LPC:


    During the LPC Spring Mixer at Mehaffey Park, 3 vehicles were broken into and purses were stolen. Unfortunately, this also happened last year at both Centennial Park and Spring Canyon Park.

    Always lock your vehicles! If you must leave valuables in your vehicle, keep them out of sight or inside locked compartments.

    The Loveland Police Department was notified of the break-ins. 


    Please remember that LPC reserves courts every week so that LPC members can drop by and play. The court reservations are on our website. Each reservation has skill level recommendations, though all members are welcome. Please be kind and inclusive to others!

    We'd appreciate it if you'd sign up on Playtime Scheduler for the LPC reserved sessions you attend. Sign up data helps us make better decisions on reservation times, locations, and skill levels. Thank you in advance!

    In the next few days, we're going to send out a poll to all our active LPC members about your experiences with our reserved courts and play times. Your answers influence future court scheduling!


    One of our LPC members very generously gave LPC a Playtime Scheduler Power User account so that we can post our reserved play times. We're looking for a volunteer to administer Playtime Scheduler for the LPC. Please respond to this email if you are interested. 

    See you on the courts!

  • May 03, 2022 1:07 PM | Anonymous member

    April 27, 2022

    Hi all,

    Here are the latest updates for LPC:


    If you click a link you know you should be able to access, but you get an error, it's probably because you're not signed in to our website. If you are trying to sign up for an event, look up contact information for an LPC member, or look at any other content just for LPC members, remember to sign in! 

    To sign in, click the Person icon in the upper right corner of the HOME page:


    We're asking for volunteers to take pictures at our Spring Mixer. We need some new pictures for our website! If you're interested, contact Mark Henry,


    Here are some fun tournaments coming up this summer. Grab a partner and sign up!

    7th Annual NOCO Classic in Loveland, CO

    Steamboat Pickleball Summer Classic in Steamboat Springs, CO

    2nd Annual Pickle in the Peaks in Silverthorne, CO

    Rally in the Valley in Salida, CO


    Don't forget that LPC Active Members have access to reserved courts starting in May! Remember to have your newest Membership Card with you in printed or electronic form when playing during LPC reserved court times. The reservation schedule is here: 2022 Summer Court Reservations.gif. You can also find the most recent schedule on our website, under Members > Play. Again, make sure you're logged in to access this page!

    See you on the courts!

  • May 03, 2022 1:06 PM | Anonymous member

    April 14, 2022


    All of our upcoming events can be found on our website on the Event Calendar page. When you receive a notice that an event is open for registration, go to this page to register for the event. Make sure you're logged in! The events that are open for registration will have a REGISTER button. Click the button to register for the event. 

    If an event is full, it may have a JOIN WAITLIST button. If someone cancels out of an event, the top person in the waitlist will be notified so they can register.


    LPC Active Members have access to reserved courts starting in May. Remember to have your newest Membership Card with you in printed or electronic form when playing during LPC reserved court times. The reservation schedule is here: 2022 Summer Court Reservations.gif. You can also find the most recent schedule on our website, under Members > Play. Again, make sure you're logged in to access this page!


    Wendy Rexroth, a Level 2 certified IPTPA instructor and a member of the Loveland Pickleball Club, began her summer coaching season on April 12th.

    If you are looking for a private coaching session or have a few friends you'd like to work with on placement, strategy, and partnering/team work, Wendy has reserved court times on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Mehaffey on court D from 7:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., starting on April 12th through August 30th.

    Wendy is now taking reservations for private and group sessions. For more information or to schedule a session, contact Wendy at 970-646-3959.

    See you on the courts!

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