Menifee resident Mark Harrell invites local high schoolers and adults to play volleyball on Wednesdays and Sundays at 5:30 p.m. at Lazy Creek Park at 26480 Lazy Creek Rd., Menifee. Games are played on a sand court.
The group is made up of residents from Menifee, Canyon Lake, Murrieta, and other local cities. “Our games are friendly-competitive,” said Harrell. “We have players who are teachers, professionals, high school and college students, and simi-professional volleyball players. There’s a lot of laughter and banter.”
Signups are not required and there is no charge to play. “Just show up with a positive attitude,” said Harrell. “Be thankful and grateful for every day we have in summer 2020 because we are not promised tomorrow.”
Players are asked to bring their own blanket, chair, and beverages. Volleyballs are supplied. For questions, contact Mark Harrell at 951-746-9500.
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