Vanuatu Volleyball Federation (VVF) is very happy to close one of its program today , called the “After School Program “ which is funded by ASCO MOTORS Vanuatu at the beach volleyball court.

The closing ceremony starts at 10:30 am after the registration of the after school program children, then followed by a match of tag of war and water balloon fight, followed by lunch break and more of afternoon activities until it closes at 3pm today.

The After School Program is a program which is held every Friday for school children living around Port Vila and also any children wanting to try out beach volleyball to attend this program every week on Fridays.

It is a successful year for the after school children as today they receive their certificates of participation from VVF president Debbie Masauvakalo, who handed it over to their coaches and were received by after school children. The children were all smiles at the beach volleyball court as they receive their certificates from their coaches and also participate in some of the fun activities organized by their coaches.

“On behalf of VVF we would like to thank all the parents or guardians of these children for encouraging and supporting their kids in every possible ways for them to be able to attend our Programs until the end, “said VVF media officer Christel Homu.

The After school programs closes today 29th of November 2018 and will start again on the second week of school on February 2019 next year at the beach volleyball court at Stade, in Port Vila.

Raymond Nasse

Sports Editor

raymond@dailypost.vu

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