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Wheelchair Ice Curling Clinic Saturday June 27th

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Saturday, June 27th, Triumph Foundation is partnering with Hollywood Curling to host a special clinic on the sport of curling at the Ice Station.

The event will be led by Patrick McDonald, a two-time Paralympic Curling athlete, who will be teaching this special class reserved for wheelchair athletes.

Only the first 40 wheelchair users to register can participate. Be sure to dress warm as we will be on the ice.

This event is for non-ambulant or can only walk very short distances. Everyone can play including powerchair users, high level injuries, athletes with significant physical impairments in lower leg/gait function, such as spinal injury, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, or leg amputation, and anyone else who uses a wheelchair for daily mobility.

Wheelchair Curling is an internationally recognized sport, and competitive play is governed by the World Curling Federation. For more information on Wheelchair Curling, please visit www.worldcurling.org/about-wheelchair-curling.

For more details and regular updates on the event check out our Facebook Event.

Please RSVP.

Hope you can join us!

Andrew Skinner

661-803-3700

www.Triumph-Foundation.org

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