2016 is bringing some changes to Special Olympics Alamance County’s Fall athletic offerings. Special Olympics is introducing a new intramural flag football program with Elon University. Flag football will begin Tuesday, September 13th at 6pm on the intramural fields at Elon. Bocce is also about to begin- and this year we’re looking for unified partners… Join us for Special Olympics Fall Athletics
Special Olympics Alamance County serves over 350 children and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities in Alamance County, giving them the opportunity to train and compete in Olympic-type sports and providing access to physical activity and community. There is currently a lot going on with SOAC- we have athletes cycling, bowling, golfing, swimming, and playing… SOAC Spring Games and Fundraising
This month at Alamance Parks, Special Olympics Alamance County held two separate local basketball tournaments. On February 4th all of the Special Olympics athletes in elementary and middle schools met for a day of competition and games. Project Unify students (typical students that buddy up with SO athletes) are included in the competition and are… Special Olympics Basketball Tournaments
For more information about Special Olympics or the Visually Impaired Program please contact Special Populations Coordinator Steve Glahn at (336) 570 6760. –Special Olympics Alamance County serves almost 400 special needs athletes in the Alamance community and involves 1000s of volunteers yearly. We offer basketball, aquatics, golf, bocce, bowling, cycling, equestrian sports, and alpine skiing.… 2016 Special Olympics & Visually Impaired Program
Five very lucky Alamance County Special Olympic athletes went to Chapel Hill on January 17th for a clinic put on by the UNC basketball team. Coach Davis was an awesome host and the college players had a great time hanging out with our athletes. Last year, several of our athletes were able to participate in… Special Olympics Alamance County Athletes Meet the UNC Basketball Team!