Southern Nevada Pickleball Club
Athletes pursuing greatness through Pickleball, the Best Sport Ever!
The Southern Nevada Pickleball Club will promote the sport of Pickleball as a recreational and competitive sport; advance amateur athletics for school age girls and boys of all circumstances through the sport of Pickleball; work with Veterans in need of rehabilitative services; and, advocate for Pickleball players throughout Southern Nevada by working in a collaborative effort with Government Officials, Recreation Departments, and other entities to provide a unified voice in expanding, improving, promoting and organizing Pickleball participation for all.
The SNPC seeks your support through membership.
Our mission is to promote Pickleball as a recreational and competitive sport.
1) The SNPC will promote the development of Pickleball as a means of sportsmanship, physical fitness and healthful recreation; foster and promote national amateur sports cometition in Pickleball; encourage and conduct Pickleball tournaments and exhibitions; and, promote, sponsor, and advertise Pickleball to the general public to accomplish our objectives.
2) We will be the voice of the Pickleball community in Southern Nevada in working toward the expansion, improvement, promotion, and organization of Pickleball participation for all.
3) We will strive to advance amateur athletics for school age girls and boys of all circumstances through the sport of Pickleball as well as work with Veterans and others in need of adaptive and rehabilitative services.
Founded in 2019, the Southern Nevada Pickleball Club organized as a not-for-profit unincorporated entity and initially affiliated with the Amateur Athletic Union of the U.S. Inc. as a Level 3 Club. In August of 2020, the SNPC elected to become an independent entity. It is no longer an affiliate of the AAU. The SNPC has applied for status as a 501(c)(3) organization. Approval is pending.
Membership in the SNPC is no longer contingent on being an active member of the AAU .
Annual membership dues are $15 per Individual and $20 for Couples or Families.
Click the appropriate box below to become a Member as an Individual, Couple, or Family.
Youth, Adults, Vets
Our members are committed to building a robust Youth program; enhancing social and competitive activities for Adults of all ages; and, sharing the benefits of the sport with Veterans and others in need of adaptive services or programming.
The SNPC strongly advocates introducing school age girls and boys to the sport of Pickleball. As a Club we will support parents who encourage their kids to participate in local social and competitive activities. And, we will work with organizations such as AAU and USAPickleball to help foster Youth Pickleball programs.
S N P C
The Southern Nevada Pickleball Club is an independent unincorporated organization licensed with the State of Nevada. The Club is in the process of applying for 501c(3) status with the IRS. When approved, we will be able to accept charitable donations to support our efforts. We need and welcome your financial assistance. If you choose to help with your financial support, please visit the Donation Page on this site.
SNPC partners with MACS to serve Veterans
Military Adaptive Court Sports (MACS) is a veteran based organization dedicated to promoting adaptive Pickleball and other racquet sports for disabled armed service members and veterans suffering from the negative effects of combat. The SNPC welcomes this relationship. Learn more about MACS by clicking its link on our Partners page.
Pickleball as an adaptive sport for those who have served our country.
The Southern Nevada Pickleball Club is focusing on building teams of veterans from all branches of military service to share the sport of Pickleball with those in need of rehabilitative services in cooperation with Veterans organizations as well as the City of Las Vegas Adaptive Sports Department.
Pickleball exhibition for Wounded Airmen at Nellis AFB in Spring of 2019
Introducing our Team
Club Officers: Patti Chess, Angela Burton-Rosovics, Debby Dempsey, Earl Stitt, Felton Hyche, Paul Madill, Brien Vokits, Earl Stitt, and John Sloan.