Quad City Honor Flight Volleyball Tourney


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Posted Online: April 19, 2013, 2:53 pm
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Quad City Honor Flight Volleyball Tourney Sat., April 20 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Raising money for the Q.C. sponsored Veterans Honor Flight on May 22, 2013

$15/ player with $10 from each entry donated. 50/50 Raffle,& Flair Photography photo shoot raffle. Our goal is to raise Guardian Sponsorship level with sights or Platinum Level!

Group tourney picture will be taken to give to our Veterans.

Location:Hawkeye Tap Volleyball Complex – 4646 Cheyenne Ave. – Davenport, IA
Schedule of Events:
- 1:00-5:00: Volleyball Tournament
o HERO DIVISION:
o HONOR DIVISION:
- 11 am – 5 pm: Patio Grill Open – hamburger/hot dog/brat baskets
- 1:00-5:00 : Raffles, Silent Auction, 50/50, Commemorative Shirt Sale.

















 



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