Volunteer Opportunities in the Club
The Sequim Picklers’ Club is growing and the opportunity to serve is growing too! We are always seeking volunteers to assist with events, support a task, or take on a role longer term. Please visit this page often to see what there is to do and how you can help! See our Board of Directors' Job Descriptions.
The Sequim Picklers have adopted the 2-mile stretch of Highway 101 between Dryke and Shore under the State’s Adopt-A-Highway Program. Four clean-ups per year are required. Not only does this effort beautify our home, it generates goodwill for SP as the State will acknowledge our efforts with Adopt-A-Highway sponsor signs.
The Sequim Picklers extends a BIG thank you to Pamela Woodruff and Richard Carey for leading the Adopt-A-Highway clean up crew.
Volunteers must be 15 years or older. WDOT provides vests, bags, signs, pickup sticks, and a safety training video. If you are interested in participating in this club-sponsored project, email firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be added to the contact list for all future SP Adopt-A-Highway events.
Goose and his Pickleball Court Operations Committee (PCOC) are gearing up for the coming season. We have lots of great activities planned for the entire Sequim Picklers community. We need your help to make sure things run smoothly and everyone gets to have fun.
Below are just a few areas where we could use your help and support:
— Skill assessment
— ‘Fun Ambassadors’ for events
— Set up and breakdown for activities and tournaments tentatively planned for this year, including:
— Big Dill Event – May 20 (2.0-2.9 Round Robin)
— Sequim Fling – Jun 23-Jun 25
— Port Townsend Mixer – August 19
— Second Annual Bainbridge - Sequim Pickleball Cup – Sept 16
— Blue Hole Bash – Sep 29-Oct 01
To let us know you’re available to help, drop an email to Sequim Picklers (SUBJECT LINE: COURT VOLUNTEERS). If you have a particular area of interest on this list, let us know that too. Thanks!