TCPC Annual Meeting - Board Elections


4:30 pm on Saturday October 9th, 2021


Champions Hall

7000 Washington Ave So.

Eden Prairie, MN


4:30 pm - Free Open Play Pickleball - 5 Courts

6:00 pm - Meeting Begins - Elect 2 new board members for 2 year terms

Cash bar and Appetizers available for purchase


Twin Cities Pickleball Club – Board of Director Job Description

Board of Directors of Twin Cities Pickleball Club (TCPC) is a "hands-on, working Board" whose purpose is to administer a 600+ member nonprofit organization dedicated to providing value to its members and supporting the growth and development of pickleball in the Twin Cities.

While each Board member is expected to provide input as to the development of the Club, they are also expected to participate on a working basis in one or more of the following areas:

Communications Legal Events Outreach Facilities Skill Development Finance Tournaments Ladders Web Site

Typical activities undertaken by individual Board members have included:

  • Attending monthly meetings

  • Negotiating contracts, financial & facility agreements

  • Record minutes of Board meetings

  • Recruiting new members

  • Contacting other organizations about working together

  • Running tournaments, leagues, ladders that operate throughout the year

  • Developing and implementing a plan to manage player skill development

  • Planning & operating a variety of events throughout the year

  • Operating the reservation system at Champions Hall

  • Recruiting, training and communicating with "City Reps" who are Club's liaisons to our members and to metro park & recreation departments

  • Gathering information to keep Club's website, newsletter, email, and Facebook communication channels updated and constantly refreshed

  • Advertising and promoting the club

  • Keeping accounting record on Quicken

  • Filing required legal documents

  • Recruiting volunteers to support tournaments, events and other activities of the Club

The workload of a Board member may vary considerably, but in some months more than 5 hours of work is required.


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