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Looking Forward, Looking Back

Andrew Skinner enero 29, 2020 Noticias, Actualización de Triumph Outreach, Próximos Eventos, Videos

2020! Wow! Just writing it out as a real date still blows me away. 2020 used to seem so far away, and now here we are.

But it’s not just writing it on checks or filling out forms that trips me up. 2020 seems like it’s a whole new mindset. A landmark year like this almost forces you to take a moment to remember the past, and plan for the future.

In our January email, we’re going to do both. We’re going to look back at one of our most exciting events of 2019, and look forward to the events you don’t want to miss in 2020.

SAVE THE DATES:

Wheelchair Sports Festival April 25th & 26th

Let'em Roll Casino Night Fundraiser July 25th

Superheroes 5K September 12th

Adaptive Sports Festival November 14th

Looking Back

Looking back, Triumph's Adaptive Recreation program has consistently hit the bullseye offering incredible opportunities to connect with others and push the limits of your abilities in a fun and family friendly environment.

At our Adaptive Sports Festival in Pasadena this past November, people of all ages dug deep and played hard at quad rugby, beep baseball, tennis, pickleball, zumba, boccia, handcycling, archery and many more exciting activities.

Thanks to all our wonderful sponsors and volunteers who made this amazing event possible!

Watch the video and check out the photos below to relive the action!

Looking Forward

Wheelchair Sports Festival April 25 & 26

Our biggest event of the year is a free, all-inclusive event that unites everyone in the common pursuit of health and fitness through adaptive sports, games, and activities.

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Let'em Roll Recaudación de fondos July 25th

Roll the dice, spin the wheel, and help others beat the odds at our Casino Night!

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Superheroes 5K September 12th

Heroes unite to make quality of life a reality for people in the disabled community!

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