2018 Youth Wheelchair Sports Camp
July 30th – August 3rd, 2018
Deadline for camp registration
is June 1, 2018
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‘They’re on the same playing field’: Wheelchair Sports Camp gives
children with disabilities a turn at bat’
By Kelsey Stewart / World-Herald staff writer, Kelsey Stewart,
Jul 28, 2017 Updated Jul 29, 2017
Caiden Hansen, 7, hits the softball during CHI Health Wheelchair Sports
Camp on Tuesday at the Iowa School for the Deaf.
3rd Annual Bowling Fundraiser Support Adaptive Sports!
4870 S 96th St
Saturday, May 6th 7:00-10:00PM
Cost: Adults: $20
Youth (17 & under):$15
Includes shoes and 2 games.
Proceeds to benefit Nebraska Adaptive Sports Program (ENWAA).
Please RSVP your team or individual spot to Jena Munson by April 21st, 2017.
Jena.email@example.com or 402-572-2276
Red Dawg alumni, Jeromie Meyer, could be a Paralympian with Team USA basketball
Jeromie Meyer is a Maverick now, but could be a Paralympian with Team USA basketball next
By Blake Baxter / World-Herald staff writer, Apr 15, 2017
U.S. Men’s U23 Team Win 2017 America’s U23 Qualifier and Punch Ticket to U23 World Championships
We’re so proud of the US Men’s U-23 Team which includes Red Dawg alum Jeromie Meyer!
Read more about the U.S. Men’s U23 team.
Above is a photo of the Red Dawgs at the 2016 National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament in Louisville, KY.
There are many benefits associated with participation in wheelchair athletics. These include aerobic and muscle-building activities, building self-esteem, making life-long friendships, and travel to play teams from other areas. Also, many of our members have participated on the United States Paralympic Team and have had opportunities for international travel. Several of our members have received college scholarships through wheelchair athletics.