Members the 12 North Carolina Volleyball Academy teams competing in the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States Girls’ Junior National Volleyball Championships raised $2,589.75 for Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina, based in Morrisville. The donations will be presented at the tournament this month.
Members the 12 North Carolina Volleyball Academy teams competing in the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States Girls’ Junior National Volleyball Championships raised $2,589.75 for Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina, based in Morrisville. The donations will be presented at the tournament this month. COURTESY OF THE NORTH CAROLINA VOLLEYBALL ACADEMY
Members the 12 North Carolina Volleyball Academy teams competing in the Amateur Athletic Union of the United States Girls’ Junior National Volleyball Championships raised $2,589.75 for Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina, based in Morrisville. The donations will be presented at the tournament this month. COURTESY OF THE NORTH CAROLINA VOLLEYBALL ACADEMY

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