Eric Podany
The Phoenix Table Tennis Club was founded in 1947. The PTTC has an active and enthusiastic membership of age ranges that engage in activities that include league and open play. Our not-for-profit organization is operated under a constitution and a five member board. Membership in the club is by annual dues. The annual dues are $160 (pro rated) per year from Sept. 1st. to Aug. 31st. For non-members, there is a $5.00 per night fee, (there is no charge for 1st time visitors). It is the club's pleasure to invite visitors, sport enthusiasts to attend our tournaments and weekly activities.

Come on, visit us!
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05-17-2015 - ***** PTTC Annual Banquet *****
The club will be closed on Wednesday, July 1st, 2015 for the PTTC Annual Banquet.

Time: 6:30pm

Location: Mandarin Super Buffet
1501 West Bethany Home Road, Phoenix AZ 85018
SW corner of Bethany Home Road & 15th Ave.

You can print the Banquet Form online or see Gia.

Please turn in the Banquet Form with payment to Gia Leu by Monday, June 29th, 2015.

Thank You,

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