Tradition

• Spaghetti Factory • Community Service • Rain City Pre-Season Classic Tournament • Promise for Good Sports • Volleyball Festival • Team Activities

Family

Families are the compass that guide us. They are the inspiration to reach great heights, and our comfort when we occasionally falter. (Brad Henry) • people in your life for the long haul • people who are supportive of you in tough times • people who are there to build you up • people who understand you and accept you for who you are • people you can trust and are loyal • rituals, memories, commitment, caring, love, friends

Competition

• Being the Best You Can Be in Life and on the Court • Success • Meeting Goals • Fun Whether You are Winning or Losing if You are Giving 100%

Fun

• Tournaments • Being with Teammates • Practices • Food • DJ Workouts • Volleyball Festival • Parents Cheering for the Team

Recent Articles:

volleyTOTZ

January 21, 2014 Uncategorized Comments Off

To register, click here.

To download the PDF flyer, click here.

Rain City is very excited to announce our new program volleyTOTZ.  This program will begin the first week in March and will run in 5 week sessions.  Details regarding the registration process will be posted here February 1.

volleyTOTZ is a program for girls and boys, ages three through eight. Most sports are introduced to children early on; kids get involved in football, basketball & swimming often before they can walk or run. With the growing popularity of volleyball, more parents are beginning to search for related programs geared towards youngsters.

volleyTOTZ is a fun program to help develop kids’ motor skills; sessions consist of general physical activity (e.g., obstacle courses, scooter boards) and a basic introduction to volleyball fundamentals using lower nets & lighter balls.

USAV Officiating Clinics

December 6, 2013 Uncategorized Comments Off
Officiating Clinic  – How To Register and Complete Officiating Requirements:
 
and follow the flow chart to get started in the officiating clinic process.
If you have any questions, please email Cheryl (raincityvb@frontier.com) and we will try to get
you help.

In Memorium –

October 30, 2013 Current News Comments Off

Rain City Volleyball lost a dear member of our family in October.  Brian Anderson co-founded Rain City with Jenny Vogt in 1990 with the goal of passing on their love for the sport and creating a family friendly atmosphere to teach the game in.

Brian lost his 10-year battle with leukemia Tuesday morning surrounded by his loving family.  Those that knew Brian would describe him as an amazing father and grandfather, loving husband, dedicated coach and mentor, and as someone who would always give without being asked.  Brian was “a good man and a great example,” said Rob Moya.

 “He lived his faith and leaves behind a number of memories of lives he touched,” Jenny said.  “He led by example, not by preaching.”  Brian’s love for family and volleyball will always be remembered not only with Rain City but also around the Puget Sound region.  He was a coach, an official, a tournament director, a setter, and a gamer.  He loved volleyball and shared it with anyone who wanted to learn.

 The first flier that Brian and Jenny created for Rain City said:  “We love playing volleyball, do you?  Come to Rain City.” 

We wish that more of our current Rain City members could have known Brian and experienced the passion and dedication he brought to the sport and to our kids.  We hope that Brian’s love and passion for the game will live in all of us and we can share it with this new generation.

 Brian will truly be missed.

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In Memorium –

October 30, 2013

Rain City Volleyball lost a dear member of our family in October.  Brian Anderson co-founded Rain City with Jenny Vogt in 1990 with the goal of passing on their love for the sport and creating a family friendly atmosphere to teach the game in. Brian lost his 10-year battle with leukemia Tuesday morning surrounded by […]