The mission of the Parkland Pickleheads Pickleball Club is to facilitate the growth of pickleball in North Central Alberta for the enjoyment, health, and social engagement of all players. We offer organized recreational and competitive play, by ensuring opportunities for the continued development of all players in an inclusive and sportsmanlike environment, and by working to expand club activities and facilities.
The Parkland Pickleheads Pickleball Club was established in the summer of 2012 in the City of Spruce Grove by local residents who learned the sport while they were wintering in the southern United States. It didn't take long for the the love of the sport to quickly spread through the tri-municipal area (including Spruce Grove, Stony Plain, and Parkland County) and even to Edmonton as well as other areas of Alberta. The club continues to grow as more and more people discover the sport of pickleball! The Club now has 18 courts at the Henry Singer Park, thanks to the support of the City of Spruce Grove.
Please Email HERE indicating who you wish to contact from the members listed below.
President: Garand Jones
Vice President: Marcel Letourneau
Treasurer: Gail Henning
Secretary: Connie Trynchy
Director at Large: Kevin Matwichuk
Director at Large: Toby Fald
Director at Large: Cindy Joly
Director at Large: Rena Thillman
Summer Smash Tournament Directors - Marcel Letourneau
Members Tournament Director - Marcel Letourneau
Fun Day Tournament Director - Connie Trynchy
Fundraising Coordinators - Curtis Fald
Volunteer Coordinator - Toby Fald
Referee Coordinator - Judy Cook
Chief Referees - Brian Sribney
Round Robin Coordinators - Marcel Letourneau & Garand Jones
TrackitHub/Shootout Coordinator - Ryk Visscher
Scheduling - Garand Jones & Marcel Letourneau
Website - Gary Daelman
SignUpGenius - Debbie Jones
Drills Coordinator - Calvin Nixon
Player Development Coordinator - Guy Wight
Where We Play:
Parkland Pickleheads play on 18 courts at Henry Singer Park in Spruce Grove, Alberta.
Henry Singer Park | Courts
400 South Avenue