Eclipse Ball Tourney Welcomes All To Participate
Saturday at the Grant soccer fields
Maybe you played it at school since the game has been a part of PE classes throughout the country or perhaps the game was encountered at camp where it has become a mainstay of the activity program at summer camps everywhere.
Or you could even be a newcomer to the game intrigued by the thought of adding another entry to your activity resume.
To celebrate 40 years of playing a great game and over 23 years of being in Physical Education, Eclipse Ball will be hosting the 1st Annual Eclipse Ball Playoff Reunion on June 24th, 2017. at the soccer fields east of the Grant Middle School in Grant, MI.
Eclipse Ball is heart pumping, contagiously fun, ball and racket sport played on a volleyball court. In 1988, a game of yard badminton ended with a broken racket and a birdie in a tree. Inventor and Grant resident, Don Benson quickly came up with an alternative, grabbing a tennis racket and a vinyl play ball, making up rules as the new game transformed, with players diving, jumping, and running to keep the ball in play.
This is an open invitation from the Benson family to all who have played or want to learn to play Eclipse Ball.
To register and for more information go to www.eclipseball.com/events.
To make this event run, we are in need of volunteers. Please call (231) 834-5317 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.