Spring Registration Begins for USYVL Youth Volleyball Program in Culver City

Registration has begun for the 2014 United States Youth Volleyball League Spring Season in Culver City. The 8-week youth volleyball league takes place at Linwood E. Howe Elementary School from April 10 through May 31, and runs $150 per child. For families with more than one child, multi-child discounts are available. 

The league has taught more htan 100,000 children the sport of volleyball, in addition to life skills such as teamwork, sportsmanship and personal responsibility – all important qualities on and off the court. The teaching methods provide a supportive environment, and an emphasis on keeping the sport fun.

To sign up for the USYVL, or to find more information, go HERE. or call the USYVL National Office toll-free at 888-988-7985. 

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