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 Job Descriptions.


Volunteers Needed for the Blue Hole Bash Tournament:

Volunteers are needed to help with the tournament.  Help your Club have another successful regional tournament.  See all the openings here and sign up at the courts or contact Barb Newkoff, Volunteer Coordinator.  

3.0 and Above Volunteer Recruitment for Novice Play Assistant Coach

Title: Novice Play Assistant Coach

When: Tuesday/Thursday 12:00 – 1:30 pm 

Where: Pickleball courts at Carrie Blake Park

Purpose: Develop novice players’ basic pickleball skills

Responsibilities and duties: We’re looking for 3.0 + players interested in joining novice players to help them improve their game.  Your role will be to assist Mary Helen and Ruby by playing pickleball. Share what you wish someone had shared with you when you started playing. Boost their game by promoting your knowledge and skills and just have fun.

Qualifications: ability to be flexible, encourage new players, share your knowledge of rules, procedures and skills.

Commitment Expected: 2-4 hours per week (Mary Helen and Ruby are flexible, but the volunteer may need to run the novice program in case of their absence).

Requests: running drill clinics – have a specialty you want to share?

  • 3rd shot drop
  • Lobs
  • Dink and kitchen strategy
  • Defense against body shots

Training: none

Benefits: meet new members, help improve the overall level of play and enjoy – win/win!

Interested: Contact Mary Helen at mhbenapfl@hotmail.com


Sequim Pickler’s Adopt-A-Highway

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 a year are required, the first one was accomplished with an enthusiastic team in January 2019.  A Spring clean-up is required during the month of April every year.  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.

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 sequimpicklers@gmail.com and you will be added to the contact list for all future SP Adopt-A-Highway  events.

 Read the April 27th Report and consider volunteering in July.  4/27/19.