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Club Cactus Juniors Volleyball is a non-profit youth sports organization. It provides the highest quality volleyball environment for young girls and boys of all abilities, economic, and ethnic backgrounds in Southern Arizona. The mission is to raise the level of volleyball in the Tucson area. The goal is to teach volleyball and promote positive attitudes and friendship. It is also committed to developing and educating volleyball coaches in the community.

Location: 4281 W Rae Circle, Tucson Arizona 85741 Telephone 520-744-2554 Fax 520-744-0266

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