Game On for a Great Cause!
Join us on Saturday, July 28, 2018 for the 3rd Annual UDS All-Star Jam 3-on-3 basketball fundraiser at St.Vincent-St.Mary LeBron James Arena in Akron. The All-Star Jam is a family-friendly event packed with food, fun and plenty of HOOPS! 3-on-3 basketball is an exciting, fast-paced game where teams of three play using one hoop. The event features middle school (6-8), high school, adult, corporate (co-ed teams welcome) divisions and a unified division open to all players of all abilities. The honorary chair of this year's event is Akron's own Willie McGee, St.Vincent-St.Mary Athletics Director.
Find us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-the-minute coverage of the event!All-Star Jam Youth Skills ClinicThe All-Star Jam Youth Skills Clinic is returning for a second year on Friday, July 27, 2018 starting at 9 a.m. at St. Vincent-St. Mary LeBron James Arena in Akron.
This is an inclusive skills clinic for boys and girls of ALL abilities in grades 3-8 to brush up on their basketball skills, learn new techniques and sample the sports All-Star Training Club has to offer. Students will be divided into two groups. One group will participate in the Skills Clinic working on their basketball skills, while the second group does the All-Star Challenge sampling several sports offered by the All-Star Training Club. This FREE clinic will be presented by Willie McGee, St. Vincent-St. Mary director of athletics.
View the 2018 Youth Skills Clinic brochure for more details.
Contact Teri Mino, by calling 330-762-9755, ext. 227, to register.
Corporate, parks and recreation, church teams, youth leagues, high school players...all ages and abilities are invited to get your game on for a great cause! Entry fee for teams of up to 5 players is $60. Scholarships available for eligible youth and high school. Trophies and prizes awarded to winning teams. View our Team Registration Flier for details.
To register a team, fill out the Team Registration Form found in the Team Registration Packet. All registration forms must be turned in to UDS by Friday, July 20, 2018.
Contact Teri Mino, by calling 330-762-9755, ext. 227, or Contact Us online for more information.
Show your support for inclusive sports by being part of one of the largest charity 3-on-3 basketball events in Akron! Select from one of several available packages and receive recognition of your sponsorship before, during and after the event. Get your message out in front of more than 500 players and spectators during this action-packed community event. Contact Evelyn Burkhart, director of development, by calling 330-762-9755, ext. 222, for more information or Contact Us online.
Looking for a fun, fast-paced volunteer opportunity?Sign up today to be part of the action. Volunteers are needed to help with a variety of activities both on Friday, July 27 and Saturday, July28. For more information contact Jayme Romanchuk, marketing specialist by calling 330-762-9755, ext. 253, or Contact Us online.
The UDS All-Star Training Club is an inclusive sports program where children and adults of all abilities can play together competitively. The program offers year-round athletic opportunities such as basketball, track, bowling, gymnastics and soccer that are age-appropriate, accessible and inviting for children and adults with and without disabilities.
The program is designed to encourage athletes to reach their highest potential, both on and off the field. The program's nearly 1,000 athletes develop social skills, build self-esteem, learn healthy habits and create meaningful friendships that last well beyond the athletic season. All-Star Training Club is a program of United Disability Services, a social service, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) agency that has been providing programs and services for children and adults with disabilities in Akron and surrounding community for more than 65 years.
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