Former Canadian women’s volleyball team captain Brittany Page of Vernon will be among the alumni competing in the third annual Seaton Sonics Alumni Volleyball Fundraising night Dec. 28. Proceeds from the event go to the Seaton gym revitalization project and KidSport. (Volleyball Canada file)

Vernon school welcomes volleyball alumni

Third annual Seaton Sonics alumni volleyball night fundraiser goes Dec. 28 at 6 and 8 p.m.

They’ll re-live the glory days and, in the process, raise money for their school and a local organization.

The third annual Seaton Secondary Alumni Volleyball Match fundraiser takes place Friday, Dec. 28.

Sonics’ volleyball alumni will converge to play matches and help raise money for the school’s gym revitalization project as well as KidSport, a local organization that helps families in need with sports registration costs.

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“Admission is by donation,” said event spokesperson Paula Harned. “There will be a 50/50 draw and lots of great fun.”

The women’s alumni match will take place at 6 p.m., followed by the former Sonics men taking the court at 8 p.m.

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Among the alumni taking part are the Page sisters, Brittany and Lindsay. Brittany is a former captain of Canada’s women’s volleyball team. She joined the national team in 2009, playing in two worlds, seven Pan American Cups and more than 100 international matches. She also played professionally overseas.



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