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Hi Kid-Netic Games athletes, families and friends,

We hope all of you are staying healthy during this unprecedented time. It is with a heavy heart, that we have decided to cancel Kid-Netic Games 2020 due to COVID-19. Keeping our athletes healthy is our top priority and we feel that it is in everyone’s best interest if we do not hold the games this year. This was a tough decision to make and we hope you understand. But have no fear, we WILL be back better, bigger and stronger in 2021!! Keep your eyes out for more information about next year’s event. I promise you will not want to miss it. Until then, please watch our video for more information and keep checking our Facebook and Instagram pages for fun activities and things to do during this time.

Thanks and we hope everyone stays healthy and active!

Kid-Netic Games Committee

Video Transcript

The Kid-netic Games is an annual weekend athletic event for students ages 2-22 (if still attending high school) with physical impairments such as amputations, spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, dwarfism, and other orthopedic impairments.

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The event allows individuals with physical disabilities to participate in track and field, wheelchair basketball, and power soccer.  Also offered are clinics in sports and recreational pursuits such as wheelchair tennis and boccia.  The Kid-netic Games provide an opportunity for students with physical disabilities to develop friendships and gain knowledge of various sports, and produces a variety of community resources and networking opportunities for families of students with physical disabilities.


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