Hello Fellow Pickleball Players,
Pickleball is growing leaps and bounds in Northern Colorado and that momentum is great. All of our communities are struggling to provide enough play venues and play times, to coordinate programs that allow for players of all ages and abilities and for continued player growth. These challenges are born out across the country and everywhere pickleball players have stepped up to band together to find solutions and help grow pickleball in their own backyards. Our local cities and towns (from Wellington to Estes, Fort Collins to Greeley and all around) want to provide services, but they need a united voice, they need data and the numbers to back up their allocation of resource decisions. Let’s work together and give them what they need to make our local pickleball community thrive. Just as importantly, let’s give each other great support to grow our programs.
Many Front-Range players play in a variety of places and would travel to adjoining towns if resources were adequate and they were welcome. Players from Fort Collins, Eaton, Loveland and Windsor played in a recent Greeley league and held inter-community matches with Estes Park. Players from Cheyenne to Loveland are playing in the current Fort Collins league. Estes Park, Windsor, Greeley and Loveland players play indoors in Fort Collins and players from all over enjoy the wonderful dedicated outdoor courts in Loveland. Players on the Northern Front-Range have proven they are a Pickleball “Community”. Northern Colorado Pickleball Association will be a representative voice across the region with local members spearheading efforts in their own communities and having the numbers, data and support necessary to foster change. Together we can help each other provide welcoming and quality programs across the region. Let’s show our cities and towns our growing numbers and our growing needs.
Please read the attached article from the front page of the Coloradoan, review the Northern Colorado Pickleball Association brochure and join NoCoPickleball today (easy to join online). A member meeting will be scheduled for late May, early June. The process to become a 501c3 non-profit has been started.
Join Northern Colorado Pickleball Association Today!
(see the membership tab)
Please pass this information along and spread the word. Let's include every pickleball player!