W.GThe Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are proud to announce their Fall Development Volleyball Program.
The club will be following all Stage 3 protocols. Here are the details.
WHEN - Saturdays - 9 Weeks - Starts October 17th ends December.12th, 2020
Grade 4,5 & 6 - Johnson Centre - 31 Kribs St. Cambridge
Grade 7,8 & High School - John Dolson Centre, 212 South Street, Cambridge
HOW MUCH: $125.
12:00pm-1:15pm Grades 4,5,6 - W.G. Johnson Centre
1:15pm-2:30pm Grade 7 - John Dolson
2:30-3:45pm - Grade 8 - John Dolson
3:45pm-6:00pm - High School - John Dolson
Paul Langan, President Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club, " We understand the need for physical activity for our youth. We had youth volleyball programs all summer and now we will enter in our fall season. We have restricted sizes of the class due to pandemic protocols and lack of gyms. We look forward to giving your child a chance to learn how to play volleyball."
To register go to: http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca/fallprograms-cambridge
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club are proud to announce the details of our Fall Developmental Volleyball Program in Ayr Ontario.
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is the largest indoor and beach volleyball club in the Waterloo Region and surrounding area. In the fall 2019 they started up up youth volleyball programs in Ayr. There was a 200% increase in enrollment in 2020.
The co-ed program in Ayr will be 9 weeks long on SATURDAYS starting October 17th and ending December 12th, 2020. Scorpions Coach and former University of Waterloo player Renee Michiels will help run the program.
Here are the details of the program:
1. The club will follow all Stage 3 Protocols including their own enhanced protocols on reduced class sizes.
2. TIMES & AGES
11:00am - 12:05pm - Born 2012-2011-2010-2009
12:20pm- 1:30pm - Born 2008-2007
1:45pm- 3:00- Born 2006-2005
3. LOCATION - North Dumfries Community Complex - MacNeil Hall, 2958 Greenfield Rd, Ayr, ON N0B 1E0
4. COST - $99.00
5. REGISTER ONLINE - http://www.scorpionsvolleyball.ca/fallprograms-ayr.html
Paul Langan, Founder Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club, " We are in challenging times. We feel that the mental and physical health of youth is an important key to the future. We will run these programs using the most current protocols. The people of Ayr have asked for youth volleyball and we are happy to be able to deliver this program."
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club has announced changes to the Board of Directors. Claire Chambers, who have been on the board for several years has stepped down from the Registrar role she shared with Rose Lapierre to concentrate more on her job.
Tracy Forshaw has agreed to return to the board in her role of Grants/Sponsorship Coordinator. Tina Castelli will now take on the Registrar role.
Paul Langan, President of Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club Inc states, " Claire was an excellent board member, hard working and not afraid to give her opinion when asked. We will miss her but understand that her career must take priority at this time in her life. We are fortunate to have Tracy Forshaw agree to return to the board with her expertise."
The current board members are:
Christa Schubert - Recording Secretary
Tracy Forshaw - Grants/Sponsorship
Roseanne Lapierre - Registrar
Tina Castelli - Registrar Assistant
Julie McCombe - Uniform Coordinator
Renee Michiels - Ayr Representative
Tammy Ball - Treasurer
Cindy Valnion - Ex Offico
Paul Langan President
For more information on the club go to: http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca
The Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club is very proud to announce that Renee Michiels has agreed to be a Board of Director for the club.
Renee is currently the coach of the Scorpions 17U Green competitive girls team. She is also responsible for the successful introduction of youth volleyball programs in Ayr, Ontario.
Renee is former University of Windsor varsity player who still plays. She has over 25 years of playing experience.
Paul Langan, President of Scorpions Youth Volleyball Club states, " Renee is a dynamic community minded person. Her commitment to volleyball in the community is best exemplified by the explosive growth of youth volleyball in Ayr Ontario. She was the lead coach when we started the program in Ayr last year. The Ayr programs are so popular we can barely keep up with the demand. We are very fortunate Renee has agreed to be on the board."
The Scorpions club is moving forward slowly and safely in their fall programs. For more information on the club go to http://scorpionsvolleyball.ca