Volleyball Leagues Begin October 6th - Sign Up Now - See Our Spike & Dig Special

Spike and Dig Special: Register by 8/31 and get $50 off the regular registration

Adriano Eva 509.625.6625

Monday, July 28, 2014 at 9:56 a.m.

Here’s the schedule:

Starts on 10/6, 10 weeks, 9-9:15 p.m.

Elite Competition: COED A Division
Chase, Mondays, $299

Fun Competition: COED B Division
Sac & Shaw, Mondays, $299

Pure Recreation: COED C Division
Salk, Thursdays, $299

Competition: Women’s 4 on 4
Sac & Salk, Thursdays, $149

Competition: COED 4 on 4
Shaw, Wednesdays, $149

Register by 8/31 and get
$50 off the regular registration

Open Gym Volleyball
Elite at Chase - Fun Competition at Salk
Fridays 6:30-9:30 p.m. - $4



My Spokane walk-in or call: 509.625.6200

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