The Mission branch of Special Olympics BC will be holding its registration for both athletes and volunteers on Sept. 5 at the Mission Bible Fellowship on the corner of on Dunsmuir and 8th Ave. / Submitted Photo

Register for Special Olympics BC-Mission

Registration for both athletes and volunteers takes place on Sept. 5

The Mission branch of Special Olympics BC will be holding its registration for both athletes and volunteers on Sept. 5 at the Mission Bible Fellowship on the corner of on Dunsmuir and 8th Ave.

There will be a barbecue starting at 5:30 p.m.

Anyone interested in being an athlete, coach or volunteer with SOBC-Mission can come to the registration of contact the group by email at linda.localcoordinatormission@gmail.com or discodan@gmail.com

Sports programs include: Bowling, Floor Hockey, Basketball, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Club Fit, Swimming, Soccer, Softball and Athletics.

The group also offers fundamentals for ages five to 12 years.

As one volunteer has stated “Working with the Special Olympic-Mission athletes is a very rewarding experience.”

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