Special Olympics

Two Lucas County Athletes Heading to Nationals in 2018!!

Congratulations to Chris Cash and unifed golf partner Tom King for being selected to represent Ohio in the 2018 National Games held in Seattle, Washington June 30th- July 6th 2018. Chris and Tom will be golfing there.

Brian Mignin joined Special Olympics last year as a powerlifter. Brian went to 2017 Summer games where he received 3 gold medals. Brian can bench an impressive 315pds.

Congratulations to both of you and go Team Ohio!!

Chris Cash and Tom King (middle)
Brian Mignin at the top of the podium 

Two Lucas County Teams Advance to State Basketball Tournament!!!

Congratulations to our D3 and D5 teams in winning the West Sectional Championship in Van Buren, Ohio March 3rd & 4th. Both teams will be traveling to New Philadelphia, Ohio to compete in the Ohio Special Olympics State Basketball Tournament March 23rd-24th.  Best of luck to both teams and coaches!!




Donation will help athletes attend national games

Brian Mignin and Chris Cash accept a check for $1,000 donated by staff at Root, Inc. in Sylvania. The money will help defray costs for the athletes to attend the National Games in Seattle this summer. A heartfelt thanks goes to the staff at Root.

18 hole Golf Scramble

Saturday, May 19th 2018 with a Shotgun start at 9:00 am
South Toledo Golf Club, 3915 Heatherdowns Blvd. Toledo, Ohio 43614

$80.00 per golfer or you can become a sponsor!


Gold:  $1,000.00 - 2 team entries plus be a hole sponsor or have a display table the day of the event at
the course to market your business.

Silver: $500.00 -  1 team entry and hole sponsor

Bronze: $250.00 - hole sponsor     

*** A hole sponsor will have a sign placed at one of the holes advertising your business.
*** More information to follow regarding how to golf in the event.
*** Questions? Call Kelley Watson at 419-380-5109                      

Program aims to improve health of Special Olympics athletes

Healthy Athletes is a new program offered in collaboration with the University of Toledo designed to improve the health and fitness of athletes and their ability to train and compete in Special Olympics as well as in life.  Read more about this innovative effort at this link.