Carroll County Special Olympicsbowling
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| Special Olympics Ohio
The mission of Special Olympics Ohio is to provide year-round sports training and competition opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Special Olympics contributes to the physical, social, and psychological development of the athletes. Through successful experiences in sports, they gain confidence and build a positive self-image which carries over into the classroom, home, job and community.
To be eligible for Special Olympics competition you need to be eight years of age or older, have been identified by an agency or professional as having intellectual disability, cognitive delays as measured by formal assessment or significant learning or vocational problems due to cognitive delay that require or have required special instruction.
To sign up for Carroll County Special Olympics call Thomasine Moore,Local Coordinator.
Special Olympic Local Coordinator, Thomasine Moore
Address: 10 Taas trail,
Malvern, OH 44644
Basketball: Tomi Moore & Asistant Coach, Sabrina Seal
Bowling: JoAnn Hilliard & Asistant Coach, Tara Burke
Cheerleader Advisors: Renee Sprague
Track & Field: Dianna Fairclough & Asistant Coach, Sabrina Seal
Mascot - Cougar
Colors - Black & Gold
Special Olympics Athlete's Oath
"Let me win; but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt."
Carroll Hills Special Olympics Team participated in the Annual State Special Olympics Summer Games. The team includes Trevor Kucera,
Cody Conner, Noah Gray, Matt Crough, Todd Kuhn, William Sutton, Jared Butler, Jack Hobson, Lakisha Arnold and Chris Crater.
These athletes competed in the 49th Annual Special Olympics Ohio State Summer Games, a year-round training
and competition program for the children and adults with developmental disabilities. The Games, held June 22-24 at the
Ohio State University in Columbus, featured competition in eleven sports, movie, recreational clinic, and the colorful Opening Ceremonies
which took place at Jesse Owens Track and Field Stadium.
Special Olympics is not part of Carroll Hills Programs but we highly support it.