Pickleball club earns medals at tourney

Salmon Arm pickleball players showed their skill at a tournament in Penticton during the Oct. 3 weekend.

  • Oct. 15, 2015 10:00 a.m.

Salmon Arm pickleball players showed their skill at a tournament in Penticton during the Oct. 3 weekend.

Six medals were awarded to members of the Salmon Arm Pickleball Club.

In the women’s 3.5 doubles, Linda Brown and Nancy Rhea brought home bronze. Ray Marks and Keith Brown earned silver in the men’s 4.0 silver, and Nancy Rhea and Ray Marks took silver in the 4.0 mixed event.

Reino Run goes Sunday

The Reino Run 2015 will be on Sunday, Oct. 18, 10 a.m. start, at Larch Hills. Information and registration is available at http://interiorrunningassociation.com/pages/series-xc.html.

Choose from 10-kilometre (8.5 km) and 3-km (2.5 km) distances. All proceeds go to the Larch Hills Junior Race Team.

Soup and buns will be on sale to help fund skiers going to the Nationals.


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