Ready to play pickleball


Pickleball fans have a new location to play the game. The village of Jackson Center recently installed pickleball courts in the village. The village had four tennis courts that needed resurfaced. Bruce Metz, village administrator, became aware that pickleball was rapidly becoming a sport of choice in Shelby County and decided to convert two of the tennis courts into four pickleball courts. This was a $60,786 project that will include the installation of new LED lighting for the courts.

Pickleball fans have a new location to play the game. The village of Jackson Center recently installed pickleball courts in the village. The village had four tennis courts that needed resurfaced. Bruce Metz, village administrator, became aware that pickleball was rapidly becoming a sport of choice in Shelby County and decided to convert two of the tennis courts into four pickleball courts. This was a $60,786 project that will include the installation of new LED lighting for the courts.


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Pickleball fans have a new location to play the game. The village of Jackson Center recently installed pickleball courts in the village. The village had four tennis courts that needed resurfaced. Bruce Metz, village administrator, became aware that pickleball was rapidly becoming a sport of choice in Shelby County and decided to convert two of the tennis courts into four pickleball courts. This was a $60,786 project that will include the installation of new LED lighting for the courts.

Pickleball fans have a new location to play the game. The village of Jackson Center recently installed pickleball courts in the village. The village had four tennis courts that needed resurfaced. Bruce Metz, village administrator, became aware that pickleball was rapidly becoming a sport of choice in Shelby County and decided to convert two of the tennis courts into four pickleball courts. This was a $60,786 project that will include the installation of new LED lighting for the courts.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/07/web1_pickeballcourt.jpgPickleball fans have a new location to play the game. The village of Jackson Center recently installed pickleball courts in the village. The village had four tennis courts that needed resurfaced. Bruce Metz, village administrator, became aware that pickleball was rapidly becoming a sport of choice in Shelby County and decided to convert two of the tennis courts into four pickleball courts. This was a $60,786 project that will include the installation of new LED lighting for the courts. Courtesy photo