Interested in upping your volleyball game? SURGE offers private lessons with Coach John Huynh, Varsity Women's Volleyball coach at Portsmouth Abbey. Please email us at email@example.com for more information!
Please print and fill out this form and send it in ASAP! For more information regarding this camp, please email Charlie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (413) 748-3850.
SURGE Volleyball Club RI as opened up registration for the 2021 ADULT sand leagues
Adult League Availability as of 5/19/21
MONDAYS: COED 4v4 (Full)
TUESDAYS: Women's "A" (Full)
WEDNESDAYS: Women's "OPEN/AA"(Full)
FRIDAYS: High School Boys 2v2 (6 of 6 spots left)
TIME:6 to 8PM (Warmup 5:30 pm)
WHERE: Glen Park in Portsmouth.
The mission of SURGE Volleyball Club RI 501(c)3 is to make the sport of volleyball accessible, educational, economical and motivational to all who wish to learn the sport. At SURGE we encourage positivity, teamwork, helping others and hard work. SURGE members treat all persons with kindness and respect, we speak positively to ourselves and forgive our mistakes and the mistakes of others. We recognize each team member’s value and gifts they bring to the team. By accomplishing all of this, we hope to have strengthened the self-confidence of our members and have taught the value of leadership through the sport of volleyball.
Scholarships are available on a case by case basis. Email us at email@example.com
"As a 5 year breast cancer survivor, it warmed my heart to see all the girls wear pink with such gusto! They wore pink shirts, shorts, KNEEPADS, headbands, face paint, etc! One of our coach's even bought pink bracelets for all of our players. SURGE promised to donate more money to Susan G Komen if kids wore pink...and boy did our players come through!!" Suzanne Mirisola, President of SURGE Volleyball Club RI
SURGE is donating $250 to the Susan G. Komen foundation for breast cancer research! Thank you all!!
The health and safety of our youth, staff, and volunteers remain our highest priority. Below, you will find a summary of actions we are taking to help ensure we are lowering COVID-19 risk as much as possible while also allowing our athletes to play. We are:
• Intensifying cleaning by disinfecting shared objects and equipment between use, and ensuring safe and correct use and storage of disinfectants.
Anyone who is sick or has been in contact with someone who has COVID-19— including players, family members, coaches, staff and spectators — should not attend practices or games. Be on the lookout for symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Call your doctor if you think you or a family member is sick.
If someone does get sick during practice or at a game, we have plans in place to isolate and
transport that person to their home or healthcare facility. If you have a specific question about this plan or COVID-19, please contact Stacie MacDonald (401-835-7002) or Suzanne Mirisola for more information. You can also find more information about COVID-19 at www.cdc.gov.
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