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A publication of the City of Sacramento, Access Leisure Department, (916) 808-6017

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Injured, Ill, and Wounded Veterans Sought
Paralympic Sport Sacramento is seeking Veterans and Wounded Warriors with physical disabilities or those that are blind or have low vision to participate in both Paralympic sports and recreational sport programs. Activities occur locally and regionally.  Join us for our cycling program, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair softball, sled hockey, wheelchair rugby, swimming, goalball, or one of many other exciting opportunities. Contact Annie Desalernos at 
adesaler@cityofsacramento.org or 808-3809.

Northern California Junior Sports Camp
The FWWAA  (JSC) is July 6-12 in San Jose, CA. JSC is for kids/youth ages 5-21 who have a physical disability. Campers enjoy a wide-range of sports and activities. Overnight and day camp options are available. Visit www.fwwaa.org

Sacramento Capitals Wheelchair Tennis
Call 481-3364 or visit www.scwta.com.
· SCWTA tournament play begins on Friday, June 27 at 1pm and continues through Sunday, June 29. The  venue is Johnson Ranch Racquet Club (2600 Eureka Rd, Roseville), one of the region's leading private tennis clubs. Tournament entry fee is $45 and includes entry to tournament play, player only beverages, player only meals, player goodie bag, and raffle tickets for grand prize at tournament banquet. For registration visit www.scwta.com/2014_tournament_information

TIES Wheelchair Tennis
TIES offers weekly practices, league, and hosts an annual tournament. TIES has fund-raising opportunities for individuals wanting to purchase their own tennis sport wheelchair. Email tiessports@gmail.com or visit www.tiessports.org

City of Reno Parks & Recreation
www.reno.gov/residents/parks-and-recreation
Contact  April Wolfe at 775-333-7765 or wolfea@reno.gov.

Challenge Sports
To register or be added to the mailing list visit www.challengesports.org or call 554-0889. Email
sacramentochallengesports@gmail.com

Outdoor Soccer
Sundays September 7—November 2 at Tetotom Park in Antelope. Athletes that use manual wheelchairs, walkers, crutches or other assistive devices are welcome and encouraged to join.

Cottage Rehabilitation Hospital Junior Wheelchair Sports Camp
July 14 – 18 at UC Santa Barbara. This day camp is for youth 6 – 19 years of age who use a wheelchair to participate in sport. Free to all participants. Contact Rene’ Van Hoorn at vanhoor@cottagehealthsystem.org or 805-569-8999 x82102. www.cottagehealthsystem.org

SILICON VALLEY All-Access Sports
Sports offered: Lacrosse, basketball, golf, tennis, and powersoccer as well as fitness classes. www.sanjoseca.gov/prns408-369-6438

  • 13th Annual San Jose Open Tennis
    Tournament.
    August 2-3 at Santa Clara University. $45 entry fee covers both singles and doubles entry, continental breakfast and lunch both days, Saturday evening, player gifts, and more. Prize money will be awarded. Registration deadline is July 25. Visit tennislink.usta.com/tournaments/.../tournament.aspx?T=141825 for tournament rules and registration. Visit www.southbaysmash.com for hotels and schedule.

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