Nathaniel Gerhard, son of one of our members, Stefan, recently came by to interview Richard Elliot, our executive director about the program and to sit it on one of our days of programming. You can view the article here. Take a look!!!
Squash on Track recently had the privilege of doing some community. We went to Bedwell Bayfront Park on a recent Saturday to clean up the trash in the park because we believe in having a clean, safe environment for everyone to enjoy! Thank you to the staff at Bedwell Bayfront Park for letting us help you clean up! We can’t wait to come back soon!
Squash on Track had the pleasure of getting on court with the one and only Amanda Sobhy! We had a fun time playing with her while learning a lot more about the game of squash! Thanks for coming, Amanda, and we hope you had a good time! We hope have you back again soon!
On Thursday September 27th, our Squash on Trackers spent their time raising funds and awareness for their program. They socialized with members of the club to share their experiences of the program while selling raffle tickets to raise funds for the program. The night was an all around success and we hope see everyone back again in the near future!
Nine holes of golf to celebrate the inaugural board meeting for Squash on Track
Richard and Aisling demonstrating squash to schools in Palo Alto
Squash on Track is set to begin its after school program at the beginning of the 2017-18 school year in the new state-of-the-art Squash Zone facilities on Haven Avenue in Redwood City. The Squash on Track team is currently developing partnerships with schools and service providers. Please contact us if you are interested in partnering, getting involved, donating, or learning more.