Playworks kicks off Spring volleyball leagues

  1. Updates

Co-ed volleyball leagues for 4th and 5th graders start the week of March 12, 2012.

If you are interested in getting involved with leagues, please complete the Volunteer Form.

All games will be held at Bethesda Elementary, located at 2009 S. Miami Blvd, Durham.

You may access league schedules or the handbook by using the links below.

For any questions about leagues, please contact Laura Deeprose at 919-480-8122.

League Handbook

Schedule for Tuesday Games

  • Bethesda Elementary
  • Spring Valley Elementary
  • Hope Valley Elementary
  • Eno Valley Elementary
  • Maureen Joy Charter

Schedule for Wednesday Games for:

  • Glenn Elementary
  • Fayetteville Street Elementary
  • CC Spaulding Elementary
  • Parkwood Elementary

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