1. The PPC is exploring the possibility of becoming a Society. The reason for this is to handle donations contributed toward the new courts. An alternative to this would be for the City to open an account on PPC's behalf for the purpose of issuing tax receipts.
2. The PPC treasurer reported that we have $11,465.85 in the Contingency Fund and $9,492.15 on hand.
3. A motion was passed to approve a $500.00 provision for expenses toward social club activities in the 2018 budget.
4. Members are asked to step forward to form a committee to run a Club tournament in September. Please contact Mark Tamblyn if you are interested in working on or chairing this committee.
5. Thirty-three members took part in the Rating Clinic. Another clinic is scheduled for the Fall.
6. The fees that the PPC pays to the City of Penticton for court rental will increase from $10.00 per member to $14.00 per member in the 2018 season.
7. A request has been forwarded to the City of Penticton to power wash the courts.