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Badminton in Markham - Accepting New Members

Discussion in 'Canada East' started by Carbonlist, Aug 18, 2012.

  1. Carbonlist

    Carbonlist Regular Member

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    Markham Badminton Club is looking for more members.
    It is a friendly club located near McCowan and Major Mackenzie. There are
    members of various levels and ages. Most are intermediate level players

    Mavis 300/350 birdies provided.

    When:
    There are 2 separate sessions running from September
    2012 through June 2013.
    Each session is 2 hours/week. There are approximately 35
    playing days. The first session is every Tuesday 6-8pm. The second session is every
    Friday 6-8pm. There are 3 courts in this new gym. It is plastic/wood floor and is
    really easy on the knees.

    90$ a session
     
  2. Z7ven

    Z7ven New Member

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    May I know how to join?
     
  3. Carbonlist

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  4. Carbonlist

    Carbonlist Regular Member

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    Session begins September 18th, 21st, for Tuesday and Friday.
     
  5. spex714

    spex714 New Member

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    Do you accept drop in players? if so, how much is it per drop in play?
     

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