CLEARWATER – The Florida’s Sunshine State Games new Grass Volleyball Series is coming to Clearwater on Saturday, Sept. 6 and invites people to come play for charity.
The series gives everyone a chance to play volleyball with others in the Tampa Bay area for a charitable cause. It will be the third of seven stops of the series, hosted by the Florida Sports Foundation and Florida Region of USA Volleyball and will take place at the Eddie C. Moore Complex, 3050 Drew St. It is open to volleyball players of all ages and skill levels and will benefit Clearwater for Youth. This organization’s mission is “no child is turned away” due to financial concerns and to elevate youth sports in the community.
“We encourage anyone, despite your skill level, to come out and try a day of grass volleyball for charity,” said Steve Bishop, Florida Region of USA Volleyball Executive Director. “Our collective goal is to take the game of volleyball to new participants and at the same time create a way to support local charities in the host communities.”
Registration is available at www.floridavolleyball.org. The cost for the competitive adult coed 4’s division is $100; the recreational adult coed 6’s is $150; and the junior 6’s for girls age 16 to 18 is $100. Team VIP fees also are available for additional cost. These include lunch, water during the event and access to the VIP area.