Community members are invited to spend a "Night in Monte Carlo" to help support the scholarship programs of 303 Volleyball Academy and its sister club Colorado Alliance. The 21-plus fundraising event …
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Community members are invited to spend a "Night in Monte Carlo" to help support the scholarship programs of 303 Volleyball Academy and its sister club Colorado Alliance.
The 21-plus fundraising event is Saturday, Nov. 30, from 6-10 p.m. at 82 Inverness Drive East, Unit A2. The cost is $20, which includes $200 in fake gambling chips to use at roulette, craps, poker and Black Jack tables. Additional chips are available for a donation.
The event also includes competitive games, karaoke and a silent auction. Denver Taco Food Truck will be onsite with its full menu available. Cost for 303 Volleyball alumni is $15. To purchase tickets, go to http://go.evvnt.com/547382-0?pid=4951
In addition to helping athletes with financial assistance, proceeds from the event will help the volleyball club make improvements to its new facility at 82 Inverness Drive East, Unit A. Among the needed improvements include new court floors, updated bathroom facilities, an ice machine and more.
A Night in Monte Carlo also will be when the club kicks off its corporate sponsorship program. Those interested in learning more about sponsorship opportunities, or who would like to donate to the silent auction, can contact Erika Norman at 831-233-1718 or Ann Rhee at 303-667-0116.
303 Volleyball Academy was established in 2008 as 303 Volleyball Club. In 2015, it became the nonprofit 303 Volleyball Academy. Its focus is on developing athletes in a holistic way and creating an environment in which coaches and parents help athletes realize their full potential in volleyball.
Colorado Alliance was established in 2019. Its mission is to give access and opportunity for competitive volleyball in lower socio-economic and rural school communities and developing players.
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