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Picnic Success!

Thank you for those who helped and attended our Saturday picnic.  Efforts to make us a community of people with a common passion for table tennis is important.  Anything, we as individuals can do to enhance our experience at SDTTA, please inform us on how to make things better. I would like to see the club filled on Fridays and Saturdays.  Most of you enjoy our Thursday tournaments.  Can we arrange events that will bring you to the club on the weekends?  What do our better players want that will attract them back  to the club? The SDTTA Board would like to know if there are members that would like to participate in a FREE Coaching Clinic on a regular basis. If you are not currently participating in one of the ongoing Coaching Clinics and feel you would benefit by having some instruction please post your interest in the comments section so we can contact you as to when and where you can come to improve your game. James Kahn, President SDTTA
  1. Hoa Nguyen
    Hoa Nguyen
    June 27th, 2013 at 10:17pm | #1

    I would love to attend the Free Coaching Clinic! Thanks.

  2. June 29th, 2013 at 8:31am | #2

    It would be great if Free Coaching Clinic becomes available. If not, then getting advice from more experienced players after 5-10 minute observation of play of new and less-experienced players would be valuable contribution and create more friendly environment as I stated months ago.

  3. Bob Faulkner
    June 29th, 2013 at 4:50pm | #3

    I think free coaching would be a great idea. I for one would love to improve my game, but I’m not serious enough, nor do I have the time to practice to justify paying for lessons. I think this would be a great way to draw players back to the club and also make for more exciting/competitive play as the players grow.

  4. Giwa Olatunde Sa’eed
    July 1st, 2013 at 11:09am | #4

    I am a Nigerian and reside in Nigeria but I love to join the club because this kind of club does not exist in my country. I just want know what is expected of me to become a member because i have aspiring to become a professional table tennis player from childhood.

  5. golferjames
    July 1st, 2013 at 9:48pm | #5

    Come see me at the club if you would like some instruction and i will arrange that we do some teaching.

    James Kahn, President SDTTA

  6. Ed Marro
    July 2nd, 2013 at 11:30am | #6

    Sounds like a good idea. We could try a few different ways of doing it. I think this would create interest for players who are wanting to improve there game and play more regularly.