Strikers volleyball club preparing for new season

Information and sign-up evening on Dec. 3 at Highland Secondary School

 

The Comox Valley Strikers volleyball club is hosting an information and sign-up evening on Tuesday, Dec. 3, 7:30 p.m. at Highland Secondary School, Room 106, in Comox.

All competitive volleyball players in Grades 7 to 12 are invited to attend. Try-outs are typically held in December with the season running from January to May 2014.

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

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

– Comox Valley Strikers

 

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