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12-04-2002, 12:58 PM #1
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New place to play in East Bay, San Francisco
I wanted to know how many people would be interested in using a place in Hayward area for drop-in play during the week or in the weekends. Hayward High School has twice a month Badminton drop in sessions where the players can either pay for the play time or teach some badminton to the junior players from the school.
From what I remember, they have 2/3 more sessions remaining for the rest of the year.
There are a lot of places to play in the peninsula and in the south bay. And then one in the Pleasanton area, one or odd in the Fremont area. We really need a few more in the Hayward/Fremont area.
I spoke to one of the people organizing this at Hayward High about the possibilities of a regular drop-in. He kind of hinted at 'thinking about it depending on player turnout'.
I can ask him again about this if I have an idea of how many people are interested. Please post your thoughts on this. BTW, Hayward High is on E street in downtown.
P.S. Kwun you won't have to travel all the way from Fremont to Pleasanton ;-)
12-04-2002, 04:18 PM #2
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- Santa Clara, California, United States
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it really depends on the time and location. travel distance matters and most people, including me, only travel to far places if closer venues are not available. currently, i have most days of the week covered with local gyms and unless there is something compeling with the gym in Hayward, it is less likely that i will go all the way there.
as mentioned, the mileage of my old honda is still higher than the post count in BF as of today, i really should try not to accelerate its rate of aging.
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