Fellow Monday Evening volleyball players:
7/12/21 UPDATE: Volleyball resumes at Jelleff gym 9/13, 7-9pm
Regards, John Henrehan
Ski Club volleyball
Monday Night Volleyball - Indefinitely suspended.
GOOD, COED, PICK-UP VOLLEYBALL -- Players are invited to our Monday evening, drop-in, coed volleyball. (We do NOT play on Monday federal holidays.)
Play on our A-level court is quite competitive. They play 5/1or 6/2 volleyball with a floating setter and a three-person attack at the net. Don't know what that means? Consider our intermediate court.
On the intermediate court, we play by the rules, and we all rotate through the setter's position. We try to take all three hits before returning the ball. Here are the key questions: Can you serve? Bump? Set? If your answers are "yes”, come and play with us. Rusty players are always welcome!
We have three courts, so waiting time between games is quite short. On many nights, play is continuous. JUST SHOW UP. You'll be in a game, typically, in less than ten minutes.
Attendance varies between 15 and 35 members and guests.
Monday evenings, 7:00 p.m. -- 9:00 p.m. in upper Georgetown. Sponsored (for many decades) by Ski Club of Washington D.C.
Jelleff Community Center, 3265 "S" Street NW, just off Wisconsin Ave. Free parking in the lot, although right at 7:00 p.m. the lot tends to be filled with parents picking up their kids. Usually there are plenty of spaces by 7:15 p.m. Alternative parking: there are always spaces on "S" Street, just avoid the metered areas. Very safe neighborhood.
To enter the gym, look for the green awning with the name JELLEFF on it.
Cost: $5 for Ski Club members; $8 for non-members. Cash only. No bills over $20.
Optional beer and pizza afterward, currently at Froggy Bottom Pub, 2021 "K" Street, NW. That's in downtown D.C., near the corner of K St. and 21st St., NW.
Questions? John Henrehan, activity mgr., Ski Club volleyball firstname.lastname@example.org
Ira Silvergleit, assist. mgr, Ski Club volleyball email@example.com
FYI: This program was started in 1964 and has been one of our most popular activities. John Henrehan participated in SCWDC Volleyball for many years and has served as the coordinator for the past seven years. John was awarded SCWDC's Silver Award for outstanding service. John made it possible for many men and women in the Tri-State area to enjoy both competitive and social volleyball. John gets a "Big Thank You" for his service from all SCWDC officers.