RAC Newsletter



Ready for a physical challenge?

Swim, Bike, Run.... last chance to sign-up for the "Big Race".

This weekend! Saturday, February 5 at RAC!

Register with the front desk.
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Dance Lessons - Cha Cha

Cha Cha...Cha Cha Cha...

Learn this addictive dance, Wednesdays at 6:00pm with Jamie! $50/month

Enroll Now - Start Date 2/2

Virtual Cycle

Get immersed in signature class formats and virtual treks sync'd with our Keiser 3M bikes in the Cycle Studio.

See the Virtual Schedule

Treat those you love.

Bake My Day, a member owned business, will have Valentine's cookies for sale at the club on Friday, February 11 from 10:30a-1:00p. PRE-ORDER today for quick pick up! Cookies and cookie sets range from $4-$10.

Pair a sweet cookie with a beautiful handmade bracelet wrap by a member owned jewelry company, That's A Wrap. Featured in the RAC lobby.

Grab a unique gift and support small business, just in time for the holiday!

For pre-orders:




"The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team."


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2022 Swim Season Registration is OPEN

If you have not yet registered, it is a quick process for returning swimmers. Team fees will not be charged until April, so do not delay and register!

Dad's Kitchen Fundraiser Night

Plan to bring the family to Dad's Kitchen!

February 24 | 4 - 8p

The Rockets will take over the local spot to raise a little money for the season!

Visit Team Website
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Learn More and Register

Get ready for an exciting summer of swim!

Join us for a tune up in our Five Week Stroke and Turn clinic in March. During this clinic we will break down each stroke. Training will cover each element of your stroke; kick, arm stroke and breathing technique. Fun in and out of water drills will help swimmers focus on each basic part of the stroke.

Week 1: Freestyle

Week 2: Backstroke

Week 3: Butterfly

Week 4: Breaststroke

Week 5: Individual swimmer stroke refinements.

Each week we will apply instruction for starts, stroke, turn and timing.

Let's start a racquet!

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NEW Pickleball Round Robin

New on the Pickleball calendar, a fun social Round Robin with a free beer, held on the first Friday of every month.

Next Paddles & Brews -

Friday, February 4 | 5:30-7:30p

$5 members | $15 for guests

Enroll for your free beer!

Valentine's Pickleball Tourney

Grab a Partner, any partner because… two paddles are better than one! Join us for our first Pickleball Tournament!

Saturday, February 12 | 10:00 am | Level A (3.5+) | 1:00 pm | Level B (2.5-3.4)

$20 per team, register at the highest player level. Open to the public.

Tournament Registration

Beat The Bangers - Advanced Clinic

Frustrated by opponents who hit everything as hard as they can? Do you spend a lot of time practicing your soft game, but rarely get to use it in real life? Positive Dinking is here to show you effective strategies for preventing, neutralizing, and defending against hard hitters. Learn how to take control of the pace.

Thursday, February 24 | 5:30-7:30pm | $50 members/$65 guests

Enroll in the Clinic

Coaches Corner with Coach Keith Gilbert

Is your Tennis game up to par?

Next time you hit the courts for your next match, be sure to bring your golf bag and full set of clubs. You ask, “What in the world does that have to do with tennis?” Even if you know very little about golf, most know you have a different club for different shots; large drivers to carry your shots far, irons with a little more control as you get closer to the green, a sand wedge to get you out of trouble, and a putter to accurately sink your putt. Just as you would never play a round of golf with just one club, tennis players should not rely on one shot to win every match. 

Start thinking of your tennis matches like a round of golf. Not only is there a time and place to use all the shots in your repertoire, you also don’t want to overuse your favorite shots too often. Keep your opponents guessing. Don’t give them chance after chance on returning that big serve up the middle. If you do, they are likely to start getting some or all of those shots back and one of your big weapons may be neutralized. So next match -- slow down, think about mixing shots up, and make sure you are not leaving any unused clubs in your bag. See you on the courts!


New Tennis Clinic

Co-Ed 3.0 Clinic Mondays 6:00-7:00p

Join tennis pro Keith Gilbert for this mostly doubles strategy and technique class. Your game will reach new levels by breaking down points, playing scenarios, and finishing with point play.

$20 per player

Enroll in the Clinic

We all love to play...

RAC has some basic court rules that we would like all members and guests to keep in mind.

  • When approaching a court that already has players on it, please allow them to complete the play prior to walking on the court as a means of access to another court. Do not enter the court if reserved, until the prior game is completed.
  • Be respectful of your neighbors, please keep volume at single court levels and any speaker faced towards the club. 
  • Foul language, unsportsmanlike conduct and/or paddle abuse are not acceptable on the courts at any time.

Thank you!

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SUPERHERO MINI CAMP for ages 6-12 coming February 24 &25!

More information coming soon. Want a sneak peak, email jessie@rollingwoodclub.com

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