What a Deal for You AND for San Antonio Sports!
I love a good deal, especially when I can help out a good cause too. San Antonio Sports is one of three charity beneficiaries of the San Antonio Hotel & Lodging Association’s (SAHLA) Angel Program. You can take your family to Sea World, Six Flags, a museum, or stay at one of San Antonio’s many fabulous hotels for a remarkably discounted price, with proceeds shared by the SAHLA charities. Now select hotel rooms have been marked even lower (from $49-$99).
It’s a great buy for corporations, teams and other groups too. What have you got to lose! Visit ¬http://www.sanantonio-lodging.org/ and click on the angel. Please select “San Antonio Sports” from the dropdown menu when you check out, so they’ll know how you heard about this opportunity and that you’re supporting our nonprofit organization.
Dr. Susan Blackwood
|All Can Ski|
|All Can Ski, the largest waterskiing clinic for people with physical disabilities in the United States and a program of San Antonio Sports, is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. More than 100 individuals of all ages are expected to participate Aug. 21-23 on the ski lake atSeaWorld San Antonio, including wounded military men and women, many of whom are being treated at San Antonio’s Center for the Intrepid. |
Started in 1992, All Can Ski was created to provide persons with physical disabilities the opportunity to experience waterskiing. Such disabilities include spinal cord injuries, spina bifida, amputees, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and multiple sclerosis.
“For so many participants, this is a chance to leave wheelchairs and crutches on the dock and experience the thrill of water skiing” says Ross Davis a Paralympic gold medalist who has coordinated the event since 1995. Special sessions are held just for kids and for the wounded warriors.
To learn more, to volunteer, or to register a disabled skier, visitSanAntonioSports.org/allcanski or contact Ross Davis at 210.820.2117 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|For the Love of Kids & Harleys|
|Cowboy’s Dance Hall will once again be the site of a great evening of entertainment, a live auction with a celebrity auctioneer, a silent auction full of fabulous items, and a raffle drawing for a Harley-Davidson Iron 883 when For the Love of Kids & Harleys takes place on Tuesday, Sept. 18. San Antonio Sports is one of the charity beneficiaries of this annual event. Tables are $1,250, individual tickets are $135, and raffle tickets are three for $20 or $10 each. To purchase tickets to the event or raffle tickets, contact Myrna Reyes at 210.820.2109 or email@example.com. |
Divers Continue to Score
|Community Olympic Development Program (CODP) divers from Alamo Area Aquatics Diving were recently in Dallas competing in the USA Diving Junior and Senior Zone Championships. At the junior zone championships, Tori Horner qualified to USA Diving Junior National championships on 1-meter, 3-meter and platform. Maddie Hornerqualified to age-group national championships on 1-meter and 3-meter, and qualified to Junior Nationals on platform. Nathan Gonzales qualified to age-group nationals on 3-meter and platform, and qualified to Junior Nationals on 1-meter.Christopher Law is prequalified to Junior Nationals in all three events. |
At the senior zone championships, Christopher Law won the 10-meter platform event with a 416.85. He qualified to Senior Nationals on platform. USA Diving Age-Group National, Junior National and Senior National Championships will be held in Greensboro, NC starting next week. The CODP in diving is a partnership between San Antonio Sports and the U.S. Olympic Committee.
|Afterschool Program Receives Grant from The Najim Family Foundation|
|Thanks to a generous $50,625 grant from The Najim Family Foundation, San Antonio Sports will impact the health and wellness of elementary students in the Harlandale and San Antonio ISDs through its Dreams for Youth Afterschool Program. Grant funds will provide apparel, athletic shoes, backpacks, and healthy snacks to participating youth. .|
|San Antonio Sports Receives a $2,000 Grant from Morgan Stanley Foundation|
|San Antonio Sports is the recipient of a $2,000 grant from the Morgan Stanley Foundation through its Volunteer Incentive Program. Grant funds will support program costs for Dreams for Youth, which provides activities outside of school that engage youth in skill-based sports training by experienced coaching staff with the opportunity to participate in athletic competitions.|
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