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    GEVA Juniors 2016-2017 – Inclement Weather Policy

    When will we cancel?

    GEVA makes every effort to fulfill our commitment to teams and clubs by conducting all scheduled tournaments. Sometimes things get in the way. Our inclement weather practice has been to hold the tournament if at all possible (even if some teams are more effected than others). Exceptions are made in dangerous situations, and those beyond our control. If the weather is bad, (snow and ice) your safety is paramount. Do not drive if it you don't feel safe.

    Why do we cancel?

    We will cancel for two reasons: 

    1. The staff determines the weather and driving conditions are too hazardous.

    2. If the facility where we are holding tournament cancels our access.

    When do I know?

    When possible, a decision is made prior to 9 pm the evening prior. If a situation worsens overnight, the decision is adjusted prior to 5:30 am the day of the tournament. Once cancelled, we will not have a mind change.

    How do I know?

    We will send information through webpoint to Club directors, and AES to participating Clubs. We will also post on juniors and home page of geva.org

    Safety is paramount.

    Do not drive if it you don't feel safe.

    Club News

    LHVA and WVBNY are excited to bring this new Beach Volleyball program to you. Come to the information meeting on April 4th in the Pelham High School Gym at 7pm to learn more about the Juniors Beach Doubles Program this summer at Harbor Island- Mamaroneck, NY! 

    Summer 2017 Juniors Beach Doubles Flyer

    2017 LHVA SERVE-A-THON on April 18th

    03/26/2017, 4:00pm EDT
    By Sloane Dill

    We are excited to announce our 10th annual Serve-a-thon on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017. Each player will get a chance to raise money to support a great organization, The Wounded Warrior Project. It will also help offset the cost of the player’s club fees while improving their serving skills. Fifty percent of the money raised by the player will be put towards their club fees. Twenty-five percent of the money raised will go towards the LHVA Scholarship Fund. Twenty-five percent of the money raised will be donated to Wounded Warrior Project. "WWP connects, serves, and empowers wounded warriors by providing free programs and services that address their needs and fill gaps in government care."

    For more information, please visit the LHVA SERVE-A-THON Page. 


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    Positional Practice

    Players on the travel and regional teams are welcome to attend this practice to improve upon specific volleyball skills.  Coaches will focus on setting, offense, defense, serve return, serving, etc. These practices will take place on Saturdays from 12-1pm. Specific Dates TBD

    LHVA Over the Years