Community Service: 3-on-3 Wheelchair Basketball Tournament

Looking for a fun and educational way to make a difference in the community? Well Student Life and Leadership has the buzz on the latest community service opportunity! Coming up in two weeks is an amazing opportunity to make a difference in the community of Paralympic asathletes. The San Diego Adaptive Sports Foundation and the U.S. Paralympics Committee have come up with an event to open the eyes of people to the world of Paralympic sports.  This coming December 11, 2011, the SDASF is holding a 3-on-3 wheelchair basketball tournament at Muni Gym in Balboa Park. This is an amazing opportunity to promote Disability Awareness and the Paralympic Experience. This is an opportunity to have able-bodied participants participate in a 3 on 3 basketball tournament with more than 36 wheelchair athletes in which each team gets partnered up with an experienced wheelchair athlete. You can register as a three-person team for $150 or as an individual player for $60 and you will be assigned a team. With registration, the following is included: lunch, event t-shirt, use of wheelchair and all equipment, training and coaches, and a 4th team-mate (an experienced wheelchair athlete). As an event sponsor, also included is a free-throw challenge, half-court challenge, silent auction, raffle, and so much more! Take advantage of this opportunity, broaden your horizons and take on this chance at a new experience! SO what are you waiting for? Jump on to the following website and register now! http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07e4ya11n9722c91bb&llr=ndwmr4cab

Or come on in to our office and we will help you out!

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