Junior Strikers volleyball program offered

Strikers volleyball club welcomes coach Ron Webb back for sessions

The Comox Valley Strikers Volleyball Club is offering Junior Strikers, an introductory volleyball program for boys and girls in Grades 4  to 6.

It will run for eight sessions on Friday evenings from 5:30 to 7:30 starting Feb. 22. The program runs until May 4 with three weeks off for spring break.

The club is happy to welcome back Rob Webb as the head coach.  He will be joined by some of the senior members of the Strikers volleyball club in what promises to be a fun and supportive way to learn the basics of volleyball.

The cost is $100 and includes a T-shirt. Registration is done online at www.cvvcstrikers.com. Payment will take place at the first session.

 

– Comox Valley Strikers Volleyball Club

 

 

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