Thank you to all our players, volunteers, community partners, and sponsors who helped make the inaugural Community Pickleball Challenge a smashing success!
All proceeds benefit The Arc's mission of improving quality of life for adults with developmental disabilities in our community.
We had a blast watching the pickleball action at our six participating residential/senior living communities and at Veterans Park. We look forward to hosting even more players next year!
Countless Introductions to The Arc
The CPC increased awareness of The Arc role's in the community and of the amazing individuals whom we have the privilege to serve.
2022 Community Pickleball Challenge Winners
Mixed Doubles, Beginner/Intermediate
1st Place: JoAnn & Michael Vallerie (Colonial Heritage)
Runners Up: Tie: Laura & Phil Walter (Kingsmill), Tyler Rind & Michelle Nal (Veterans Park)
Women's Doubles, Advanced
1st Place: Lissette Hayer & Michele O'Brien (Governor's Land)
Runner Up: Kristy Louridas & Leisa Clark (Ford's Colony)
Mixed Doubles, Advanced
1st Place: Paul & Mary Kylander (Kingsmill)
Runner Up: Ruth & Keith LeBarron (Ford's Colony)
Men's Doubles, Beginner/Intermediate
1st Place: Lu Long and Dan DeMartine (Veterans Park)
Runner Up: Mike Baty & Stuart Hallett (Kingsmill)
Women's Doubles, Beginner/Intemediate
1st Place: Virginia Gladding & Liliana Rubine (Governor's Land)
Runner Up: Debbie Fisher & Sally Adler (Kingsmill)
Men's Doubles, Advanced
1st Place: Paul Kylander & John Flint (Kingsmill)
Runner Up: Greg Lomeli & David McCormick (Colonial Heritage)
Click the arrow on the right to scroll through photos of our fun CPC weekend!
Thank you to the following companies for providing complimentary pickleball swag and equipment:
Finally, we are immensely grateful for James City County Parks & Recreation, who granted us use of their remarkable pickleball courts at Veterans Park!
We Are Grateful for Our Sponsors
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