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Racquetball / Handball / Paddleball

HUSTLE
HIT AND
NEVER QUIT!

The Saginaw Family YMCA offers three beautiful courts for racquetball, paddleball, handball and wallyball! These fast paced, exciting activities are fun for members of any age. It is an excellent way to meet new people and sharpen skills.

More than a game, racquetball is a great sport that incorporates agility, speed and power.

  • Y-Members, there is no longer a court usage fee during non-league times.
  • Non-League usage is for our members only.
    • A Guest Pass makes you a member for the entire day.
    • Or pay a drop in fee during Challenge Court Tuesdays to play.
  • Some loaner equipment is available at the front desk.
  • Eye protection and wrist lanyards are recommended.

Questions:

Please contact Larry Eischer with questions regarding the racquetball league
at 989-798-0750 or Eischer@hotmail.com

Other Questions:  Click to Contact our Sports Coordinator


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CHALLENGE.
COMPETE.

Challenge Courts – Tuesdays Evenings

Prices: Members-Free

Non-Y Members: $5.00 Drop-In

Dates: Ongoing, Tuesdays
5:30-7:30 pm

Paper Flyer


MORE THAN
COMPETITION.
CAMRADERIE!

Racquetball League Spring 2017

Prices: Members: FREE 

Non-Members: $20.00

Date: Thursday, March 2-April 27

Times: 5:30pm-7:30pm

Paper Flyer – not yet available

All participants must pre-register online or stop at the front desk to register

Online - Review or Register

Click for more help registering online


Tournament – Racquetball

Watch for seasonal offers

2017
(not Saturdays as stated in our program guide)
March 16
and
March 23

Must be available Both Thursdays

Time:  5:30-8:00pm

$15 Members
$25 Non-Y Members
Ages 18+

First 12 to register by: March 4
In person at the Saginaw YMCA
or by telephone (989) 753-7721 with credit card payment.

 

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