Volleyball for boys and girls in Grades 3-6 starting soon

The Comox Valley Strikers volleyball club will again be running its popular Junior Strikers development program for students in Grades 3 to 6.

This program runs for eight sessions, beginning on Friday, Feb. 22 and ending on Friday, May 3. There will be two weeks off for Spring Break (March 22,29) and one for Good Friday (April 19).

Three coaches will head up this fun program that gives young athletes the opportunity to learn and strengthen their volleyball skills in a safe and non-competitive environment. The coaches will be assisted by some of the club’s enthusiastic senior athletes.

All sessions will be held at Highland Secondary School in Comox on Fridays from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. The cost is $100 and includes a t-shirt.

If you’re interested in having your child take part in this program, please register online at www.cvvcstrikers.com. Space is limited!

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