A Special Olympics Team Since 1991

South Region Stars

BOWLING UPDATE

There will be no bowling on the following dates:

October 13
December 1
December 8

HOLIDAY PARTY

Mark your calendars for our Holiday lunch on December 15 — held conveniently after our last practice at Drkulas (6710 Cahill Avenue, Inver Grove Heights). More info to come.

Meet the Stars

Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Our athletes find joy, confidence and fulfillment — on the playing field and in life. We know no boundaries. Without regard to gender, race, religion, economic or education level, Special Olympics has the ability to unite all walks of life.

Sports Information

Our Sports
Individual and Team Opportunities

Current Openings
Don’t forget, the state tournaments for bocce and softball have been moved to mid-September.

Participation Forms
Forms for athletes or volunteers.

WHAT’S UP

  • Floor Hockey registration is online as well. Practice begins November 7. Go Here
  • the Christmas Party is now scheduled for Saturday, December 15 at Drkulas right after bowling. More information to come

EXTRA FUN

Coach Alissa has invited the Stars to a Cranium Carnival at St Catherine University from 6-9 pm on October 17. There will be carnival games, face painting, cookie decorating, and more. All proceeds will go to the Minnesota Brain Injury Association . Click here for more information.

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Sat 27

Bowling

October 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

OUTSTANDING!

Congrats to Stars’ athletes Sarah Haugen, Russell Greenhalge, and Charlie Rea, who represented Minnesota in swimming, bowling, and bocce, respectively.  Charlie brought home a gold medal, a silver medal, and a bronze medal.  Way to go Charlie!  Russell also came home with a gold medal.  And, Sarah showed her strength as a swimmer by bringing home four gold medals.  We’re in awe, Sarah.

And More!


And to Maya Rivera, who will be representing the United States in bocce in 2019 at the world games in Abu Dhabi!