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"The Kitchen Classic" Pickleball Tournament

Autside and YoungLife Capernaum invite you to compete in The Kitchen Classic: A Pickleball Tournament for All! 

This second-annual, fun-first tournament will satisfy the desires of competitive players as well as pickle newbies, offering both competitive and social competition divisions.   

So what's cookin' in this Kitchen? 

Raffle Prizes
Side-Hustle Cornhole Tournament
Autside Demo Pickle Equipment Available 
T-Shirt for Players 

Please join us to play some pickleball and raise some funds for YoungLife Capernaum!

November 12, 2022 from 11AM-2PM
Registration & Warm-Up at 9:00-11:00
Matches begin promptly at 11:00



Chicken N Pickle

2965 S. Hwy 161 Grand Prairie, TX 75052



 Tournament Registration

Being a Pickleball Tournament for All there are two player divisions: Competitive and Social.

See program information below for both divisions. 


  • Round Robin Format 
  • Guaranteed 3 matches
  • Final Four Playoff

Participation Levels

  • Sponsor Team ($500)
  • Pro Team ($250)
  • Team Entry ($150)
  • Must Register as a Team (Only)


SOCIAL Division
  • Open Play Format
  • Collect tokens for wins
  • Token Winners Playoff

Participation Levels

  • Sponsor Team ($500)
  • Pro Team ($250)
  • Team Entry ($150)
  • Individual Entry ($75)
  • Register as Team or Individual
Corporate / Sponsor Packages are also available.
Click below for more information. 

    Young Life Capernaum gives young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the chance to experience fun and adventure, to develop fulfilling friendships and to challenge their limits while building self-esteem through club, camp and other exciting activities.

    Capernaum is about creating ministry spaces where teens and young adults with disabilities can meet Jesus and grow in their faith. This often looks like a Capernaum Club specifically designed with our friends in mind, but it can also look like Young Life areas weaving intentional inclusion into their traditional young life, WyldLife, and College Ministries. Ultimately, the vision is that all students with disabilities would have a sense of belonging within Young Life.

    To learn more, visit