Healthy Athletes! Check by clicking on our new page here at SOMC. Or look at the top menu bar! And stay tuned for our Mall Walking Club. Hint - think King of Prussia Mall.
Ready for the indoors? Check out the site listings (right over there on the left side of this page) for locations, hours and days of practices. Now is the time that many basketball and swim programs get going. And in January there are more including indoor track!
Thank you to our participating golfers, sponsors and supporters for a very succesful 2019 Golf Classic. We await final results but it looks like a record fundraiser! Click here for photos! And click here for more photos and drone video!
Thank you Steve Highsmith of Cabrini University for serving as our emcee and auctioneer. Thank you to our major corporate funders including NRG, Acteon Networks, Lockheed Martin, The Phillies, Iron Mountain, ASTM, Willis and Wells Fargo. Please join us in 2020. Stay tuned for online registration.
All proceeds benefit Special Olympics athletes of Montgomery County.
We remember fondly all that Garrett Rice did for our Special Olympics athletes. Our friend passed away on July 1st. His time as County Manager saw increased participation, additional sports and more volunteers. He modernized the operations of SOMC office and improved the financial position while also working full time. He was driven to improve the athlete experience and was guided by his two rules when facing a decision: Is it in the best interest of the athletes? And when in doubt refer back to rule one.
He was quite a man!
Thank you NRG Gives! And thank all our supporters for voting us #1.
“This $100,000 donation is thrilling. With it we can advance the self-confidence of Special Olympics athletes and Unified partners to become contributing, participating members of our community. Our leadership team will have the resources to grow our local tournaments into the future and we so sincerely appreciate the recognition and funding from NRG Gives.”
Scott Otterbein, County Manager
Bestowing power to the people, “NRG Gives” supports local nonprofits