FRANK EMERY COMPETES in the final of the 65-plus mixed division at the 2007 BC Masters badminton championships in North Vancouver.

Badminton club begins new season

New members welcome for club that has been around for over 75 years

The Courtenay Badminton Club has opened their doors for the 2012-13 season.

The club has existed for more than 75 years and has produced many senior champions. Today, the club’s makeup is mainly recreational but is also quite competitive.

As is the case with most clubs, there is a need for new, mature male and female players to join our ranks. If you have skill and would like to regain a healthy fitness level through badminton, come have a look.

Practices take place at Lake Trail Secondary, located at 805 Willemar Ave. in Courtenay, Mondays and Thursdays from 7:30-9:30 p.m.

For more information call Daryl Bissell at 250-339-3383 or Frank Wouterlood at 250-337-1850.

 

– Courtenay Badminton Club

 

 

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