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Volleyball

Boys & Girls Beginner Volleyball Camp

June  13, 2016  - June  14, 2016  9:00 AM  - 12:00 PMLevine Center/Curry Arena at Queens University of Charlotte 1900 Selwyn Ave Charlotte, North Carolina 28274

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Cost: $100 a person

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Contact Information

Coach Lettie Wilkes
Phone:
704-688-2808
Email:
royalsvolleyballcamps@queens.edu

Event Details

Ages: boys and girls ages 7-12

The focus of our beginning volleyball camp is to teach the fundamentals of volleyball in an active and fun environment. Each camper will learn the fundamentals of the game with serving, passing, setting, attacking, and defense. Campers will also learn the importance of being a team player and effective communication skills. Our goal is to teach the fundamentals of the game in a way that leaves each camper wanting to play more volleyball. Coaching will include technical drills, interactive games, and competition. Volleyball, Friends, and Fun!

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