Winners of the Greenville Rotary in-person raffle

The Greenville Rotary raffle several pickleball items during their May 20 5K road race to support new pickleball courts in Greenville. Here are the raffle winners of the in-person raffle.

You can see the winners of the online raffle here.

ROKNE Curve Classic Pickleball Paddle (Value: $90)

From Pickleball Galaxy

The Rokne Curve Classic pickleball paddle is a medium weighted paddle crafted from the finest materials and engineered for exceptional balance and control.

The winner is:

Ann Drossel

2 tickets to Pizza and Pickleball event

at Sportime Schenectady

(Value: $50)

Enjoy an evening of competitive pickleball followed by pizza and adult beverages in the Sportime lounge.

The winner is:

Vicki Kolano

A Pickleball518 T-shirt

Pickleball518 is the main source of pickleball information in the Greater Capital Region. Watch for upcoming Pickleball518 tournaments.

The winner is:

Crissi Savino

Pickleball 101 clinic by Upstate NY Pickleball

(Value: $30)

One spot in the Pickleball 101 clinic by Upstate New York Pickleball on June 14 in Halfmoon.

This class will give you the skills necessary to get started playing doubles pickleball. You’ll learn the basic game overview, how to keep score, serving, and returning the ball. Paddles and balls will be provided. Clinic will run 1 hour and 15 minutes.

The winner is:

Julie Coryell

1st alternate winner: Christine Mikkleson

2nd alternate winner: Nicole Schaffer

3rd alternate winner: Brittany Liskowacki

2 hours of court time on Greenville backyard court

(Value: $100)

A two-hour session on a backyard court in Greenville, N.Y. at the home off of County Highway 403. This backyard court is actually in the front yard! You and five friends can enjoy two hours on the court.

The winner is:

James Fowles

A one-year subscription to the Greenville Pioneer

Receive the bi-weekly Greenville Pioneer newspaper delivered to your home every other week and unlimited access to website.

The Pioneer is a newspaper with a strong local focus, compelling feature articles and sharp editorial content.

The winner is:

Jennifer Kobler