Twenty four prospective members come to open house to learn about our club.
The SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club had a “Spring Fling” pot luck event at the beautiful home of Peggy and Gary Stevens in the Preserve.
Great food and great friends!
Table Tennis Open House
The SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club is holding an “Open House” for any SaddleBrooke residents who would like to drop by for a game and/or to get some information on the club.
The event will be held from 2 to 4 pm on Sunday May 20 in the Mariposa Room in the DesertView Theater Building.
Stop by to get reacquainted with a game you may have played years ago.
Paddles and balls will be available. It is a great game for seniors for both the exercise and to keep reflexes sharp. The club welcomes players at all skill and experience levels.
Come and check out a fun activity played in a cool air conditioned environment.
A very successful day by the SaddleBrooke players. A total of 9 medals won in the singles and doubles competition.
Left to right Greg Hlushko, Dan Plattner, Tom Sacra, Terry Caldwell and Ed Mandler.
Happy bunch of medal winners! Good time was had by all.
On April 30, 2017 Quail Creek came to SaddleBrooke with 9 of their players to take us on in a combination singles and doubles tournament. The last time they came here they beat us 10 to 8 matches.
This time the format included 25 matches and SaddleBrooke prevailed in a 20 to 5 victory.
Next season we hope to have a match at their facility.
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Aaron Schoenberg getting ready to serve.
SaddleBrooke won both singles and doubles. Players were John Stedronsky, Elona Martin, John Hess, Joe Macher, Gary Stevens, Sam Benjamin and Aaron Schoenberg.
Bob Rubenstein went along as photographer and cheerleader.
Many medals were won by a talented team!