Tennis club back on court

There was an impressive group of Pirate Tennis Club members out holiday Monday morning repairing and painting the Western Development Museum courts.

Thanks to Mike Giroux for organizing and to all the others who helped.

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“We as well thank Matt Charney of the City of Yorkton for funding the supplies while the tennis club provided the free labour,” said Wayne Clark.“Now we get to play on these courts.”

The courts are open to the public and are lit until 10 PM nightly.

The Yorkton/Melville Pirate Tennis club meets at the WDM courts Yorkton Tuesday from 5-9 PM and Saturday from 9 to noon.

They meet in Melville on Thursday from 5-8 PM. New members are welcome.

Free ‘learn to play tennis’ lessons for ages 11 and up will be offered Mondays 2-4 PM and Tuesdays from 9-11 AM at the WDM courts for the rest of August. Racquets will be provided if needed but bring your own water. Contact Wayne Clark for more details at wclark@sasktel.net.

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