Strikers volleyball club holding information session Nov. 23

The Comox Valley Strikers Volleyball club is hosting an information and sign-up session for the upcoming season.

All competitive volleyball players in Grades 7 to 12 are invited to attend.  The event will be held on Monday, Nov. 23, at 7 p.m. in the cafeteria at G. P. Vanier Secondary School, Courtenay.  Try-outs are typically held in December with the season running from January to May.

The club runs a Junior Strikers program for players in Grades 4-6.  Information for this age group will be available soon on the club’s website (cvvcstrikers.com).

“With interest in our club growing, we are always looking for new coaches,” a spokesperson said. “If you have experience with volleyball and would like to share your knowledge through coaching, please contact our president, Kathryn Maclean, at cvvcstrikers@hotmail.ca”

 

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