Local volleyball club holding drop-in sessions

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The drop in session is open to male and females athletes ages 14-18 interested in seeing if volleyball is something they might be interested in. It also gives parents, as well as interested athletes, an opportunity to ask questions about how club volleyball works.

Another drop in session will be held Sunday from noon until 2 p.m., also at North Peace Secondary School.

In other local volleyball news, Grande Prairie Regional College is holding its All-Star game tonight, and two Fort St. John athletes have been selected to play.

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Both Robyn Develiorola and Blain Cranston have been selected to represent North Peace Secondary School, with Develiorola hitting the court at 6:30 p.m. and Cranston at 7:30.

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