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PLEASE HELP SEND OUR ATHLETES TO THE GAMES! - We need to raise a total of $12,300 to send TWELVE of our Kingston athletes to the 2019 Provincial Winter Games (Curling, Figure Skating and Speed Skating), and THIRTY FIVE athletes to the 2019 Floor Hockey and 5 Pin Bowling Championships. 

Golf News: 

The Garrison Eagles held a memorial for Lance Rushworth our Golf Head Coach who died of cancer. Sept/09/2016.  A tree has been planted in his honor on the fairway between the 1st and 9th Tees (we know this would have made him smile having ANOTHER tree to navigate around).

The Garrison Eagles athletes, their families, caregivers, and coaches came out on Sunday September 8th, 2018 to show Lance's family just how much he meant to them.

Lance got the golf program up and running and with his knowledge and coaching skills brought the Garrison Eagles athletes to a high standard. His coaching really showed on the course as our athletes were complemented on their golf etiquette. sportsmanship, and of course their golf skills as well.

The Garrison Eagles will continue to move this golf program onward to have fun and achieve more great things in the future.  The athletes will not let Lance's hard work go to waste, as they will keep trying hard each time they go out on the course to improve their game to show everyone that Lance's efforts are appreciated and thought of every day.

as Lance's memorial plaque reads "Loved by All   Missed by All"


WINTER SPORTS:  All winter sports (Active Start / Fundamentals, Basketball, 5 Pin and 10 Pin Bowling, Curling, Floor Hockey, Figure Skating, Speed Skating, and Swimming begin in September or October. Check with your coach if you have not already registered for the 2018-2019 season!


10 Pin Bowling
Please contact our volunteer coordinator: kingston.volunteercoordinator@specialolympicsontario.ca

Special Olympics Ontario - Kingston is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition. Special Olympics Ontario -Kingston offers children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round training and competition.  The vision of Special Olympics is to help bring all persons with intellectual disabilities into the larger society under conditions whereby they are accepted, respected and given the chance to become useful and productive citizens. 

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  5 Oct 2017, 08:03 Kingston Community Coordinator