2016 Ms. Wheelchair Washington

2016 Ms. Wheelchair Washington
Nicole Martini


Youth Social following at Amy Yee Tennis Center

The Seattle Adaptive Sports Experience offers a clinic in Sitting Volleyball and Wheelchair Tennis Saturday, February 13, 2010 at Amy Yee Tennis Center in Seattle.

Brought to you by Seattle Parks and Recreation - Specialized Programs, Seattle Adaptive Sports and US Paralympics.

This a great place to come learn more about Paralympic sports and meet other people who enjoy being active in sports. All ages are welcome.

-- Are you a person with a physical disability or know someone?
-- Are you a school coach looking for more information on how to get a student involved in adaptive sports?
-- Are you a recreational, physical, or occupational therapist looking for activities to introduce to your clients?

There will be opportunities to watch demonstrations and get on the court for instruction.

Sitting Volleyball with US Paralympian - Silver Medalist Katie Holloway

Wheelchair Tennis with USTA Open Single Champion Anthony Anderson

Receive a US Paralympic t-shirt (while supply last) and poster for attending this clinic. Come learn more about the US Paralympic movement in sports for the physically disabled.

Amy Yee Tennis Center
2000 Martin Luther King Jr Way S
Seattle, WA 98144

3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Join the Youth Social following the sports clinic:

5:30 PM - 7:30 PM with Camp Casey counselors and Pizza
Amy Yee Tennis Center

Watch for future clinics:

March 6, 2010 - Track and Field with Team Shadow, Jefferson HS Federal Way
April 17, 2010 - Cycling with Outdoors For All, Magunson Park Picnic Area #1

About Seattle Adaptive Sports

Seattle Adaptive Sports is a not-for-profit organization, tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. SAS is dedicated to the promotion of the well being of physically challenged individuals, by giving them the opportunity to participate and compete in athletic and recreational activities, including basketball, swimming, and track. SAS participants benefit from the physical activity and socialization opportunities offered by the organization, improving self-esteem and physical well being, as well as independence.

For questions about this event or Seattle Adaptive Sports, please contact
Tami English Seattle Adaptive Sports 253-297-5389