Big Stone, Chippewa, Kandiyohi, Lac Qui Parle, McLeod, Meeker, Renville, Swift & Yellow Medicine counties
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Area 1-6 Snowshoeing Facts at a Glance Deadlines Registration opens: December 20, 2019Registration closes: February 13, 2020Errors and exceptions due: February 20, 2020 Tentative schedule 9:30-10 a.m. – Delegation registration (inside of the Civic Center Upper lobby)10 a.m. – Coaches meeting (at registration table)10:15 a.m. – Opening Ceremonies (outside at track if weather permits)10:30 a.m. – Competition begins11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. – Lunch (served inside of the Civic Center Upper lobby)Awards awards – At conclusion of competition. Available in packets for…
Registration opens March 4, 2020, and closes March 21, 2020. Tentative schedule 8 a.m - Delegation check-in8:20 a.m. - Coaches meeting (location TBD)8:30 a.m. - Opening Ceremonies9 a.m. - Individual Skills competition beginsTeam competition begins after Individual Skills.11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. - LunchAwards will be presented as divisions finish. Events Individual SkillsUnified Individual SkillsFull Court TeamHalf Court Team Sport-specific guidelines The maximum roster size for a full court team is 16 and the maximum roster size for a half court team…
Tentative schedule 8:30 a.m - Delegation registration9:15 a.m. - Parade line up: Delegations enter in alphabetical order.9:30 a.m. - Opening Ceremonies on the inside of the track10 a.m. - Competition begins11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. - Lunch: Provided for all registered athletes and coaches. Family members and other spectators must make their own arrangements. Concessions will be available.Awards will be presented as races and results are completed Guidelines Athletes may enter up to a total of four events, AS FOLLOWS: three individual…
Looking to get involved in your community? A great way to do so would be to fill a local Special Olympics Minnesota volunteer position. Special Olympics Minnesota provides sports training and competition opportunities to individuals of all ages with intellectual disabilities. Working with these athletes will truly change your life! We are looking for a three-year commitment. There is no experience necessary, training is provided. All volunteers will be asked to understand and promote the mission, goals and philosophies of Special Olympics Minnesota. There are currently nine positions open in this area, some of which include:
Provides leadership, support and management for on-going development and implementation of quality sports training, education and competition program within the local ASMT. Also oversees the Competition Chair, Education Chair, Coach & Athlete Advocates, Medical Chair, and the Volunteer Chair.
Plans, organizes, conducts and evaluates sport-specific area competitions in accordance with Special Olympics Minnesota competition management guidelines and sports rules. Also oversees sport-specific competition committees.
Local Delegation Volunteers
Coaches and local delegation management volunteers are always needed to help run our program. Training is available.
Acts as a key contact for recruiting volunteers for Area local competitions and places volunteers with local teams. Work’s closely with the Area Management Team in training new volunteers.
Coach & Athlete Advocate
Represent coaches and athletes on Area Management Team. Conduct and report results of athlete and coach opinion surveys as needed. Understand and promote Special Olympics Minnesota Coaches Certification Program. Participate and provide expertise and leadership at training schools. Identify, mentor and advocate on behalf of Global Messengers Program. Identify athletes to participate in Athlete Leadership Programs.
This person is the key contact for the Area’s coaches certification program with collaboration with the Area Management Team. This person will help organize facilities within the Area to hold coaches training’s given by Special Olympics Minnesota.
Program Manager – Areas 4, 5, 6 & 8
Cathy Morris | Volunteer, Area Administrative Coordinator