ACPSA has partnered with SCI Alberta to offer Boccia in Red Deer from May 25 - Aug 17, 2019.Read More
The 2019 Alberta Boccia Championships were recently hosted in Edmonton by the Alberta Cerebral Palsy Sports Association (ACPSA).
The competition kicked off on June 1st with a mixed class round robin. The athletes had to adapt their playing styles to take into consideration the other classes that they would be competing against.
Canada will be represented by seven athletes, including six Paralympians and four Parapan Am medallists, in the sport of boccia at the Lima 2019 Parapan American Games, the Canadian Paralympic Committee and Boccia Canada announced today.Read More
A huge thank you goes out to our staff, officials, volunteers, athletes and family/friends who came out to support the 4th annual Alberta Boccia Championships! We had athletes competing from Medicine Hat, Strathmore and Edmonton, with an athlete from each of these locations taking home a medal.Read More
Got some skills on the grill? We need you!
Volunteers needed for BBQ fundraiser at Salisbury Greenhouse, June 8-9, 10-4pm. Positions include cook, cashier and server for any length of time. Email email@example.com to sign up!Read More
Get ready for summer with Salisbury Greenhouse! We are selling gift cards of $25, $50 and $100. Best thing? They never expire! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org before May 31st to buy some gift cards.
Want to know something else? We get 20% of the profits and these will be donated through Shaw Birdies For Kids presented by Altalink to be matched up to 50% and given back to us!
We partnered with NAIT Mechanical Engineering Technology students to design new power soccer footguards for our players and we couldn't have asked for a more incredible team to work with! Over a semester, these 4 students worked with our coaches and players to help us solve the problem of expensive footguards that must be imported from the United States.
A huge thank you to Kenna Bell, Luke Stewart, Tyler de Milliano, and Clay LaRocque for all of your hard work!Read More
Inclusive Cross Training Program begins next week on April 10!
We are offering a new inclusive cross-training program for youth with and without disabilities and we are trying to spread the word about this new program that will work on speed, agility and physical literacy skills!
The class runs for 1.5 hours split into two 45 minute sessions
The first 45 minute session is geared towards youth without a disability - they are taught a agility and speed cross-training program usually taught to junior and professional athletes by a certified trainer.
The second group for 45 minutes will be geared to athletes with a disability aimed to improve physical literacy skills. The youth in the first group will also participate, and help the individuals in the second group where needed. This program is aimed at youth with disability who are ambulatory though we'll accommodate for anyone who comes!Read More
The University of Alberta Students' Union is looking for participants in a study to talk about their experience navigating any of the University of Alberta campuses. We would like to know how the University of Alberta campus can become more accessible, and offer the same choice in the environment for all users.
Complete the survey now to share your views: https://forms.gle/A8WdDsmiNRrY21z56Read More