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Photos: Getting to know the game

Strawberry Park Elementary physical education classes get taste for the game from Steamboat Tennis & Pickleball coach

Strawberry Park kindergartner Oliver Nucerino learns the game of pickleball by catching a beanbag on his paddle as part of an activity led by Marcy Pummill, pickleball coach at the Steamboat Tennis and Pickleball Center. Pummill visited the Strawberry Park Elementary School on Tuesday, May 10, to teach the game to students from kindergarten through fifth grade.
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Strawberry Park kindergartner Alyssa Findley knocks a balloon over the net Tuesday, May 10, while taking part in an activity designed to teach young students the game of pickleball during her physical education class.
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Stawberry Park kindergartner Cody Manley returns a shot Tuesday, May 10, while learning to play the game of pickleball in his physical education class.
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Stawberry Park kindergartner Elliott Lowell returns a shot Tuesday, May 10, while learning to play the game of pickleball in his physical education class.
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Brightly colored pickleballs fill a container in the gym at Strawberry Park Elementary School. Marcy Pummill, pickleball coach at the Steamboat Tennis and Pickleball Center, brought the balls so she could teach young students the game in their physical education class.
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Strawberry Park kindergartner Lia Hernandez keeps her eye on the ball while learning the game of pickleball during her physical education class on Tuesday, May 10.
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