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|New! Hockey for Hockey Program|
The Hockey for Hockey program provides free clinics to school aged athletes; providing introduction to the sport that focuses on fun, basic fundamentals of holding the stick, moving the puck and stick handling, passing and shooting skills and basic strategies of the game.
Clinics can be booked by contacting Hockey for Hockey Coordinator, Bill Mills at - email@example.com.
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Special Olympics Ottawa would not exist today without the time, energy, commitment and enthusiasm of countless volunteers. There are many ways to get involved in Special Olympics. Learn more.
This is why:
- You will help motivate fellow teammates and athletes to help Special Olympics make a difference
- You will become an ambassador and represent the High 5 Club
- You will have the ability to make your voice heard and positively influence other athletes to join Special Olympics
- You will receive invitations to represent Special Olympics at sponsored events
- You will make new friends and support fellow athletes
For more information please go to www.sohigh5.com
City View Curling Club recognized for its support of Special Olympics
Club members were responsible for starting Special Olympics curling at City View fifteen years ago and members have volunteered as coaches ever since. Just as important has been the club’s financial support. It has always donated ice time on Friday afternoons for the team to hold its practices and members have helped cover some team expenses.
Athletes and family members were on hand to say "Thank You" to City View and its volunteer coaches.
2014 Athlete's Banquet
Sala San Marco
6:30 pm Grand Ballroom
23 May, 2014
Talk to your coach for tickets ! Coaches email contacts under each sport on left menu.
Every year the Challenge Match pits teams from the law firm of Kelly Santini, the high tech firm Kinaxis and the Ottawa Police Service (OPS) against Special Olympics athletes from the City View Curling Club.The curlers were led onto the ice to the sound of bagpipes courtesy of the OPS Pipe Band. After one tour around the rinks, the games began. Competitors played a fine game and after four ends, everyone went in for the traditional pizza and drinks and to socialize. Each of the guest teams has a trophy and every year the trophy is awarded to the 3 winning teams and a small plaque is added to the trophy with the names of the winning team members. This year, the names of City View athletes will be engraved on all 3 trophies but the challenge is on again for next year! Who will win?!
New! Ottawa Community Golf Shirts Now Available
The Ottawa Community will be placing an order for red polo shirts with the Special Olympics Ottawa Community logo (as shown left, all in black).