Thursday, 12 September 2013 00:00
The Port Washington Special Needs Soccer program kicks off its fall season at Manorhaven Park on September 14 at 9 a.m.. The “Soccer For All” program is for challenged children aged 5-13 years old who are looking for a non-competitive, fun soccer experience.
The program is open to all children from Port Washington and surrounding areas and is run by Dan Brotman who designed the special needs soccer curriculum used by organizations around the country. Port Washington soccer’s program is based on the national Special Needs soccer philosophy “Participation, Not Competition,” allowing children with a variety of special needs to have rewarding and memorable experiences.
Registration will take place at Manorhaven Park on September 14 at 9 a.m. To learn more about the registration process, what to bring on the first day, and other pertinent information, please visit PortWashingtonSoccer.com
Port Washington Soccer is also looking for dedicated high school aged volunteers. To learn more about participating, visit the volunteer section of PortWashingtonSoccer.com website. Soccer experience is a plus, but not mandatory.