Are you ready to be a part of Special Olympics Louisiana? Ready to compete or volunteer? If so, be sure to check out our events calendar! You will find the most up-to-date listing of competitions and fundraisers that we will host in 2015.
As we draw near the end of 2014, we want you to get excited for 2015! Our events calendar is starting to fill up with competitions and fundraisers for next year. We encourage to check out the calendar to see what is coming up.
Along with area and state competitions, we will also be sending a delegation to Special Olympics World Games in July! To see how you can support this, please click here.
Do you know when the next Special Olympics Louisiana event will be held? Are you looking to volunteer for one of our many events? If this is you, then head over to our brand new website and check out our current and upcoming events! All of our events are listed for you to view at www.laso.org. From the next sports competition to our next fundraiser, we have it all listed for you!
What are you waiting for?! We can’t wait to see YOU at our next event!
Have you seen the 2014 Calendar of Events yet? Don’t miss out! Save the dates now for your favorite Special Olympics Louisiana event. We have numerous events taking place every month around the state. From Aquatics to Young Athletes and much more in between…check out our 2014 Calendar here
Special Olympics Louisiana has lots going on this year: close to 100 events, Special Olympics USA Games, International Law Enforcement Torch Run Conference being hosted in New Orleans and much more! Visit www.laso.org for all the details. We give 2014 two Thumbs UP!
Recently an article was written by Joe Favorito of New Jersey Newsroom (.com) about the upcoming Special Olympics USA National Games.
He talks about all of the big sporting events that will take place in the New Jersey are in the next year including the Super Bowl. Then states; “However for impact, perhaps the biggest and in some ways most impactful event will take place after most of those events have been committed to memory. Next June, at sites across the State, more than 3,500 Special Olympics athletes from throughout the United States will come to compete in 16 sports, before tens of thousands of spectators and volunteers.”
You can read the full article here. Learn more about the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games here. Volunteer for the 2014 Special Olympics National Games here.