A Special Olympics Team Since 1991
South Region Stars
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.
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Individual and Team Opportunities
Registration will open soon for softball and bocce. Don’t forget, the state tournaments have been moved to mid-September.
Congrats to Stars’ athletes Sarah Haugen and Charlie Rea, who will represent Minnesota in swimming and bocce, respectively.
- Bocce registation is now available. Note that we are switching to Thursdays! Go Here.
- Softball season to be announced soon!
WE’RE INVITED TO A SO-FIT PROGRAM!
Katye Barton, a former South Region Stars athlete, has created a FREE wellness program for people with intellectual disabilities in Woodbury, her hometown.
This special opportunity is a collaboration of Minnesota Special Olympics program SOfit, Woodbury Community Foundation’s Woodbury Thrives Wellness Challenge program, HealthEast Ways to Wellness and Woodbury YMCA aimed at helping athletes increase their physical activity, improve daily nutrition and change the way they make lifestyle choices. Come join Kayte and others in the community for a fun new summer evening walking club:
FREE SOfit Walking Club
Wed evenings, May 30-Oct 10,
Edgewater Park at Colby Lake
3100 Edgewater Drive
SUMMER DANCE – HAWAIIAN LUAU
Sunday, August 5
1 pm – 4 pm
VFW South St. Paul
FOOD – BEVERAGES – ENTERTAINMENT – SURPRISES
ADVENTURE is coming to Dakota County.
ADVENTURE, designed by St. David’s Center Child and Development, is a community-based therapeutic recreation program for teens and young adults ages 11 and up. “Adventure” days will occasionally be offered on school release days and in the summer. Check out the attached flyer for more information. (This announcement is for courtesy purposes and does not serve as an endorsement of the program.)