First Aiken Social Pickleball League season nearing end


Special Aiken SC Club Update

Special Aiken Update   **  The Aiken Standard

Loretta and Michael Beckner brought pickleball to Aiken. Now, Mo Garcia and Jeanne Warczyglowa have brought pickleball to Woodside Country Club. In less than one year Woodside has upwards of 80 pickleball players – men and woman of all ages and skill levels – participating in the new Aiken Social Pickleball League. Jeanne calls them her pioneers. The league, which is comprised of teams from Woodside Country Club, The Reserve Club and Odell Weeks.


It’s a sport for all ages. You can start playing pickleball at any age. It’s easy to learn the basics, but it takes a lot of work to be good at it. Pickleball is a great way to stay active and have fun,” Sally Macy and Judy Sparks said

Cindy Lichty said what she liked most about playing pickleball at Woodside is the laughter shared. Win or lose in the Aiken Social Pickleball League, the Woodside Picklers have fallen in love with pickleball.

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