Volleyball Tournament helps children with special needs

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Volleyball players took to the court to raise money for children and young adults with special needs.
About 700 people attended the 13th Annual Aaron’s Acres Volley for Kids Tournament.
Players raised money for after school and summer programs that are offered by the organization.
All proceeds go toward the organization’s goal of raising $40,000 this year.
Kelley Nadeau, with the Aaron’s Acres Family says, “It really touches my heart that all these people would come out and give their time to support this program because I don’t really know if they realize how much a program like this means to families like mine. It’s phenomenal.”
Programs for the kids who benefit from the event include summer camps, music programs and horseback riding.