HomeAid Atlanta Pickleball Social

Are you ready to hop on the pickleball train? Join HomeAid Atlanta for its first-ever Pickleball Social on March 3 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Atlanta Athletic Club in Johns Creek. Enjoy a day full of pickleball fun including instruction, open court play, food, beverages and more!

Whether you are a pickleball pro or a beginner, all skill levels are welcome at this exciting event! With the Atlanta Athletic Club coaching staff guiding pickleball skills and rules, attendees can join any of the 12 indoor courts to learn the way of the sport or to enhance existing skills. While the club will provide a limited number of paddles for the event, it is recommended that players bring their own pickleball paddle if possible.

Attendees can register as pickleball players or spectators with tickets ranging from $60 to $125. Spectator-only tickets include food and beverages, while Pickleball player tickets include pickleball instruction, open court play, food, beverages, a t-shirt and a goody bag! Register by February 10 to guarantee you receive a t-shirt and goody bag! (The bags are sponsored by Denim Marketing the publisher of Atlanta Real Estate Forum, so make sure to register early to secure one!)

Players and spectators will enjoy happy hour sips and snacks while having a blast supporting HomeAid Atlanta. All proceeds from the event will go towards the nonprofit’s mission to build a future without homelessness.

For more information on the event, registration and sponsorship opportunities, visit www.HomeAidAtlanta.org/pickleball.

Founded in 2001, HomeAid Atlanta is a nonprofit organization with a mission to help individuals who are at risk of or experiencing homelessness rebuild their lives through community, engagement, construction and education. HomeAid renovates, builds and maintains nonprofit facilities that serve people experiencing homelessness. Utilizing connections within the community and building industry, the nonprofit organization has completed more than 170 construction projects at locations for veterans, teen mothers, victims of domestic violence and more! HomeAid is the designated charity of the Greater Atlanta Home Builders Association. Learn more at www.HomeAidAtlanta.org.

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