Blind Volleyball Competition (The People Happiness)


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Due to celebrating Independence Day, people in Dusun Kelor held a volleyball competition. The game was designed to make people in Dusun Kelor closer while having fun playing volleyball. This game was called ‘Blind Volleyball’ because the net was modified with terpaulin. So, the players couldn’t see their opponents. The players could only guess their opponents’ movement and where the volleyball came from the other side. Sometimes their prediction was right, but mostly their prediction was wrong. Everytime the players made a point, the supporters cheered them up from the outside field. By doing this activity, we felt the meaning of independence day and it brought happiness to all people.

Voley Terpal (dan Keceriaan Warga)

Memeriahkan acara HUT Kemerdekaan Indonesia (17an), warga kami mengadakan pertandingan bola voley. Seperti pada umumnya acara 17an, setiap permainan didesain sebagai fun game. Tujuan utamanya adalah keakraban/kerukunan warga dalam menyikapi perbedaan. Maka, net untuk permainan voleypun dimodifikasi dengan tambahan terpal.

Dengan terpal, gerakan musuh tak terlihat. Tim hanya menduga-duga gerakan tim lawan dan arah bola. Kadang benar dan lebih sering salah. Artinya, kedua tim mempunyai kesempatan dan menghadapi situasi yang sama.

Saat pertandingan berlangsung, setiap penambahan poin selalu mendapat sorakan penonton dan disertai selebrasi. Makna (kecil) kemerdekaan yang kami rasakan: independensi setiap orang yang terlibat pada acara tersebut.

~!@#$%^&*()_+

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One thought on “Blind Volleyball Competition (The People Happiness)

  1. permisi min, saya membuat video promosi tentang desa wisata sejarah kelor, apa boleh bisa di upload di web ini? terimakasih hehehe

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