• Special Olympics Bowling 2019

    Special Olympics bowling registration is open! There will be a mandatory meeting for all bowlers, Tuesday, May 28th.> Read More
  • Game Night 2019

    Join us for Game Night, Friday, May 31st from 6:30-8:30PM at the Special Connections office. Register today!> Read More
  • Instructional Bowling

    Would you like extra bowling practice and tips on how to improve your game? Join us for an instructional bowling night at Echo Lanes on Tuesday, June 5th! Register today.> Read More
  • Paint Party 2019

    Join Instructor Lynda for a 4th of July themed paint party on Friday, June 28th at 6:00PM! Register today!> Read More
  • Cheer Clinic

    Register now for our Cheer Clinic being held Saturday, July 27th from 10AM-12PM at Cardinal Transport in Coal City!> Read More
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  • Basketball

    Athletes can participate in Special Olympics individual skills basketball (dribbling, passing and shooting) or team basketball (5 vs. 5 team competition). Basketball takes place from November-January. Read More
  • Bocce

    Join our team to learn the rules and strategy of bocce and practice those skills to prepare for competition. Practices take place outdoors in March and April. Bocce is a great sport to learn to play for a lifetime! Read More
  • Bowling

    In August and September, our Special Olympics bowling team practices weekly and competes at the end of September. Our bowling league follows the Special Olympics season, meeting twice a month from October-February. Read More
  • Golf

    Athletes may participate in individual skills golf, 3 hole competition or 6 hole competition, based on the golfer's skill level. Golf takes place from May-early July at Nettle Creek Country Club in Morris. Read More
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In The News

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  • New Lenox-based Trinity Services Inc. has teamed up with Special Connections of Grundy County to extend services and provide a physical presence in the area.
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  • At a typical Special Connections Swim Team practice, coach Lynda Kirkman can be heard blowing her whistle and calling out the team’s next workout, while
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  • Despite the snowy weather, Morris Police Chief Brent Dite said they raised a little more than $3,000 that will be split evenly between Special Connections
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