VOLLEY TIME

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Katie Ditler, 8, of Sonora practices her passing skills during Columbia College's Claim Jumper Volleyball clinic yesterday at Oak Pavilion. She is part of the bantam clinic, which runs through Thursday for fourth- through sixth-graders under the direction of Columbia coach Raelene Juarez. The intermediate clinic, for seventh- and eighth-graders and high school freshmen with little or no volleyball experience, is Monday through Thursday of next week, and the advanced clinic for high school players is July 28 through 31. Contact Juarez are 588-5183 or the college's Community Education Office at 588-5144 for information.

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