Please go to our webpage www.adnnec.org for updated information and registration information.
–January- March 2019 Every Monday from 1-3pm, ( Please check the website calendar for registration) Veterans Program indoor cycling training and workouts at Total Turf, located in Pitman, New Jersey ( Others may attend if bikes are available) if you have your own bike you are welcome to attend.
-January 2019-December 2019– Boccia Ball- Tuesdays at Camden County Parks and Recreation building Environmental Center in Cherry Hill. New Jersey
-January-May 2019 Dates and location TBD With adaptive tennis and multisport clinics (Archery, boccia, sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball) every month with rotating locations at Cherry Hill Health and Racquet Club, Ron Jowarskis Golf and Tennis, Total Turf
– December 2018-December 2019 Wheelchair Basketball Youth (Saturdays) and Adults- Carousel House Recreation Center, Philadelphia, Pa
Please visit http://www.carouselhousepa.com/programs.html
Main Information is for all sports for Magee Rehabilitation Hospital https://mageerehab.org/community/community-programs/
Team River Runner Indoor Kayaking sessions Every other Sunday, 4-6pm- YMCA- Westchester PA Date January 6th, 20th, February 3rd, and 17th Contact Jim Riley firstname.lastname@example.org
Other fun events to look out for!!
Indoor virtual golf- Total Turf TBD
June- May 2019– Rowing Cooper River Contact James Stack
May-October 2019– Recreational and Sprint Canoe &Kayaking
Time and Dates TBD- Please email Brandon Holiday for interest
The Camden County Division of Programming for Individuals with disABILITIES and Special Needs -offers a wide range of activities and programs throughout the year. Most programs are free to attend, but registration is required.
Contact Karen Weidner Karen.Weidner@camdencounty.com
- Miracle League Baseball at Boundless Field
- Monthly Dances
- Bingo Nights
- Camp Sunnyside
- Adaptive Rowing
- Arts and Crafts
- Golf Lessons
- County Park Walks and Bike Rides
- Make and Take Nature Classes
- I-Can Bike Clinic
- Therapeutic Horseback Riding
- Choir, Bell Choir
- Ice Skating
- Dance Lessons
- Roller Skating
Team Foster Ruff Ride 24hr Spin Event– May 31st-11am-June 1st-11am Raising money to provide service dogs to injured veterans in our area. This event raises money for dogs like Dyson who as many of you know has helped me tremendously.
Grab your biz, org or crew and take turns keeping your assigned Revel Ride bike spinning for 24 consecutive hours. This team challenge allows you to decide who rides, when and for how long.
Thanks to Revel Ride
WHY WE RIDE
Team Foster raises money to provide trained service dogs at no cost to local veterans, including those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries (TBI). Service dogs change the lives of veterans by providing physical support and performing complex tasks enabling the veteran to heal.
Team Foster honors the spirit and sacrifice of Captain Erick Foster who was killed while engaging enemy forces in 2007 in Iraq. Erick was a warrior, a leader and an inspiration. He pushed himself and those around him to be better – to go a little farther, to give a little more, and that’s what Team Foster does. We go a little farther, we give a little more to support the service men and women who kept us safe.