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Lose 5 With 5- Beach Volleyball League

Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Monica for the beginning of the 18th Annual Beach Volleyball Leagues. According to the National Beach Volleyball Organization, nearly one-hundred Angelinos a night gather for the Santa Monica games, which have become a social institution which runs from late April through mid-September.

The current format of the league is coed doubles (one man, one woman), but this season event organizers have developed a four person coed league that anyone can participate in. Clinics and the four person coed league can help people get involved that normally would never try a beach volleyball league.

Participants can take a clinics to learn basic skills, then participate in one of the leagues which play Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Sorrento Beach, Santa Monica. The fun continues long after leaving the beach, as the group moves to Marix Playa in Santa Monica Canyon, where players recount and armchair quarterback all hours of the night.

The volleyball league has been featured in many publications including the Los Angeles Times and the volleyball league has made the Top 100 Things To Do in Los Angeles list published by Los Angeles Magazine.

For more information, contact:

National Beach Volleyball Organization
23890 Copper Hill Drive, Suite 401
Valencia, CA 91354
Phone: 310 874-3315
Fax: 661 294-7867
E-mail: info@nbvo.net

If you have questions, please feel free to call Gayle Anderson at 323-460-5732 or e-mail Gayle at Gayle.Anderson@KTLA.com

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Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Monica for the beginning of the 18th Annual Beach Volleyball Leagues. According to the National Beach Volleyball Organization, nearly one-hundred Angelinos a night gather for the Santa Monica games, which have become a social institution which runs from late April through mid-September.

Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Monica for the beginning of the 18th Annual Beach Volleyball Leagues. According to the National Beach Volleyball Organization, nearly one-hundred Angelinos a night gather for the Santa Monica games, which have become a social institution which runs from late April through mid-September. Gayle introduces us to a couple who met at the game and since then, have been happily married for years.

Gayle Anderson was live in Santa Monica for the beginning of the 18th Annual Beach Volleyball Leagues. According to the National Beach Volleyball Organization, nearly one-hundred Angelinos a night gather for the Santa Monica games, which have become a social institution which runs from late April through mid-September.

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