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Spotswood High School Community Club Is Calling All Volleyball Players

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SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Spotswood High School Community Club is calling all volleyball pros, newbies and in-betweens to lace up their sneakers for a cause. Yes, the 2018 Charity Volleyball Tournament is on for Friday, April 27 at the Spotswood High School Gymnasium from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m.

This exciting annual event welcomes participants ages 13 and up. The cost is $5 per person. So, put those teams together and get ready because the proceeds will be donated to the winning team's charity of choice. Teams should include a minimum of six players and a maximum of 12. All skill levels are welcome.

Awards will be handed out for Best Crazy Team Outfit, Best Team Spirit, Best Team Name and Best Team Chant. All teams must be signed up and paid in full by Friday, April 20.

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The Spotswood Community Club along with its advisors, Spotswood High School teachers Megan Mucci and Julie Bradley, organize a whole host of charitable events throughout the school year. It is open to ninth through 12th graders. This year the club collected money to assist M.C.F.O.O.D.S., assisted with the annual Knights of Columbus Special Citizens Christmas Party, helped Santa's elves write letters and collected five bags of toys to add to Santa's sack.

For additional information on the 2018 Charity Volleyball Tournament or to register a team, email Megan Mucci at mmucci@spsd.us.

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