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Tuesday November 30, 2021
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time Lanes - Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time
Enjoy a great evening of bowling and meeting new friends.  Get some exercise and have some fun!  This program is geared for Middle Schoolers through adults. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement, and wear and bring a face mask and hand sanitizer. We encourage all participants to eat and drink either before or after bowling.We ask everyone to check their temperature before coming to the program and if you have a temperature, over 100 please do not come to the program. Screening and temperature checks will also be taken each week at the start of the program. Please do not come to the program if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Volunteer special partners, coaches and helpers are always needed and also welcome!  Many fun activities, event nights and zoom activities are held throughout the year in addition to the bowling program.Important forms for Special Olympics AthletesGETTING STARTED A parent or guardian must complete the following Forms: Medical Form  (click the link that is in the medical form words to the left) This Form must be signed by a licensed medical examiner and is valid for three years. Instructions for filling out Medical Form. If there are any new changes to medical conditions this must be updated immediately.  Minor Release Form link- https://www.soct.org/files/3914/2418/6265/ATHLETERELEASE-_MINOR.pdf     2b.Adult Release Form Link-https://www.soct.org/files/5014/0087/4516/ATHLETE_RELEASE-ADULT.pdf  All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below. https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf 4. All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver.https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdfHere is the link to these above forms from the Special Olympics with full descriptions-   http://www.soct.org/get-involved/become-athlete/  For Special Olympic’s Unified Partners/Bowling Program Volunteers1.  Complete and submit the Class A Volunteer Application. (This form must be completed before joining a Special Olympics Connecticut team and is valid for three years.)  Volunteer: Class A Application• Volunteer: Minor Class A Application Complete the Protective Behaviors online training. (Only for volunteers ages 18 and over.)  Everyone must renew this year  (click link on Protective Behaviors) Read the Unified Sports® Partner Guidelines and complete the Unified Sports® Partner Release Form.Review information about Partner Domination Issues and Guidelines. All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below.  https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf    All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver. https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdf Watch this important video from the Special Olympics for all athletes and special partners. https://resources.specialolympics.org/resources-to-help-during-the-crisis/return-to-activities-covid-19-participant-code-of-conduct-and-risk-assessment-form
 
Tuesday December 7, 2021
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time Lanes - Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time
Enjoy a great evening of bowling and meeting new friends.  Get some exercise and have some fun!  This program is geared for Middle Schoolers through adults. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement, and wear and bring a face mask and hand sanitizer. We encourage all participants to eat and drink either before or after bowling.We ask everyone to check their temperature before coming to the program and if you have a temperature, over 100 please do not come to the program. Screening and temperature checks will also be taken each week at the start of the program. Please do not come to the program if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Volunteer special partners, coaches and helpers are always needed and also welcome!  Many fun activities, event nights and zoom activities are held throughout the year in addition to the bowling program.Important forms for Special Olympics AthletesGETTING STARTED A parent or guardian must complete the following Forms: Medical Form  (click the link that is in the medical form words to the left) This Form must be signed by a licensed medical examiner and is valid for three years. Instructions for filling out Medical Form. If there are any new changes to medical conditions this must be updated immediately.  Minor Release Form link- https://www.soct.org/files/3914/2418/6265/ATHLETERELEASE-_MINOR.pdf     2b.Adult Release Form Link-https://www.soct.org/files/5014/0087/4516/ATHLETE_RELEASE-ADULT.pdf  All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below. https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf 4. All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver.https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdfHere is the link to these above forms from the Special Olympics with full descriptions-   http://www.soct.org/get-involved/become-athlete/  For Special Olympic’s Unified Partners/Bowling Program Volunteers1.  Complete and submit the Class A Volunteer Application. (This form must be completed before joining a Special Olympics Connecticut team and is valid for three years.)  Volunteer: Class A Application• Volunteer: Minor Class A Application Complete the Protective Behaviors online training. (Only for volunteers ages 18 and over.)  Everyone must renew this year  (click link on Protective Behaviors) Read the Unified Sports® Partner Guidelines and complete the Unified Sports® Partner Release Form.Review information about Partner Domination Issues and Guidelines. All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below.  https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf    All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver. https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdf Watch this important video from the Special Olympics for all athletes and special partners. https://resources.specialolympics.org/resources-to-help-during-the-crisis/return-to-activities-covid-19-participant-code-of-conduct-and-risk-assessment-form
 
Tuesday December 14, 2021
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time Lanes - Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time
Enjoy a great evening of bowling and meeting new friends.  Get some exercise and have some fun!  This program is geared for Middle Schoolers through adults. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement, and wear and bring a face mask and hand sanitizer. We encourage all participants to eat and drink either before or after bowling.We ask everyone to check their temperature before coming to the program and if you have a temperature, over 100 please do not come to the program. Screening and temperature checks will also be taken each week at the start of the program. Please do not come to the program if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Volunteer special partners, coaches and helpers are always needed and also welcome!  Many fun activities, event nights and zoom activities are held throughout the year in addition to the bowling program.Important forms for Special Olympics AthletesGETTING STARTED A parent or guardian must complete the following Forms: Medical Form  (click the link that is in the medical form words to the left) This Form must be signed by a licensed medical examiner and is valid for three years. Instructions for filling out Medical Form. If there are any new changes to medical conditions this must be updated immediately.  Minor Release Form link- https://www.soct.org/files/3914/2418/6265/ATHLETERELEASE-_MINOR.pdf     2b.Adult Release Form Link-https://www.soct.org/files/5014/0087/4516/ATHLETE_RELEASE-ADULT.pdf  All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below. https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf 4. All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver.https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdfHere is the link to these above forms from the Special Olympics with full descriptions-   http://www.soct.org/get-involved/become-athlete/  For Special Olympic’s Unified Partners/Bowling Program Volunteers1.  Complete and submit the Class A Volunteer Application. (This form must be completed before joining a Special Olympics Connecticut team and is valid for three years.)  Volunteer: Class A Application• Volunteer: Minor Class A Application Complete the Protective Behaviors online training. (Only for volunteers ages 18 and over.)  Everyone must renew this year  (click link on Protective Behaviors) Read the Unified Sports® Partner Guidelines and complete the Unified Sports® Partner Release Form.Review information about Partner Domination Issues and Guidelines. All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below.  https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf    All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver. https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdf Watch this important video from the Special Olympics for all athletes and special partners. https://resources.specialolympics.org/resources-to-help-during-the-crisis/return-to-activities-covid-19-participant-code-of-conduct-and-risk-assessment-form
 
Tuesday December 21, 2021
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time Lanes - Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time
Enjoy a great evening of bowling and meeting new friends.  Get some exercise and have some fun!  This program is geared for Middle Schoolers through adults. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement, and wear and bring a face mask and hand sanitizer. We encourage all participants to eat and drink either before or after bowling.We ask everyone to check their temperature before coming to the program and if you have a temperature, over 100 please do not come to the program. Screening and temperature checks will also be taken each week at the start of the program. Please do not come to the program if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Volunteer special partners, coaches and helpers are always needed and also welcome!  Many fun activities, event nights and zoom activities are held throughout the year in addition to the bowling program.Important forms for Special Olympics AthletesGETTING STARTED A parent or guardian must complete the following Forms: Medical Form  (click the link that is in the medical form words to the left) This Form must be signed by a licensed medical examiner and is valid for three years. Instructions for filling out Medical Form. If there are any new changes to medical conditions this must be updated immediately.  Minor Release Form link- https://www.soct.org/files/3914/2418/6265/ATHLETERELEASE-_MINOR.pdf     2b.Adult Release Form Link-https://www.soct.org/files/5014/0087/4516/ATHLETE_RELEASE-ADULT.pdf  All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below. https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf 4. All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver.https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdfHere is the link to these above forms from the Special Olympics with full descriptions-   http://www.soct.org/get-involved/become-athlete/  For Special Olympic’s Unified Partners/Bowling Program Volunteers1.  Complete and submit the Class A Volunteer Application. (This form must be completed before joining a Special Olympics Connecticut team and is valid for three years.)  Volunteer: Class A Application• Volunteer: Minor Class A Application Complete the Protective Behaviors online training. (Only for volunteers ages 18 and over.)  Everyone must renew this year  (click link on Protective Behaviors) Read the Unified Sports® Partner Guidelines and complete the Unified Sports® Partner Release Form.Review information about Partner Domination Issues and Guidelines. All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below.  https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf    All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver. https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdf Watch this important video from the Special Olympics for all athletes and special partners. https://resources.specialolympics.org/resources-to-help-during-the-crisis/return-to-activities-covid-19-participant-code-of-conduct-and-risk-assessment-form
 
Tuesday December 28, 2021
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time Lanes - Bowling Buddies Fall Bowling at Spare Time
Enjoy a great evening of bowling and meeting new friends.  Get some exercise and have some fun!  This program is geared for Middle Schoolers through adults. Please wear comfortable clothes that allow for movement, and wear and bring a face mask and hand sanitizer. We encourage all participants to eat and drink either before or after bowling.We ask everyone to check their temperature before coming to the program and if you have a temperature, over 100 please do not come to the program. Screening and temperature checks will also be taken each week at the start of the program. Please do not come to the program if you are feeling ill or experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19. You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for your needs. Volunteer special partners, coaches and helpers are always needed and also welcome!  Many fun activities, event nights and zoom activities are held throughout the year in addition to the bowling program.Important forms for Special Olympics AthletesGETTING STARTED A parent or guardian must complete the following Forms: Medical Form  (click the link that is in the medical form words to the left) This Form must be signed by a licensed medical examiner and is valid for three years. Instructions for filling out Medical Form. If there are any new changes to medical conditions this must be updated immediately.  Minor Release Form link- https://www.soct.org/files/3914/2418/6265/ATHLETERELEASE-_MINOR.pdf     2b.Adult Release Form Link-https://www.soct.org/files/5014/0087/4516/ATHLETE_RELEASE-ADULT.pdf  All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below. https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf 4. All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver.https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdfHere is the link to these above forms from the Special Olympics with full descriptions-   http://www.soct.org/get-involved/become-athlete/  For Special Olympic’s Unified Partners/Bowling Program Volunteers1.  Complete and submit the Class A Volunteer Application. (This form must be completed before joining a Special Olympics Connecticut team and is valid for three years.)  Volunteer: Class A Application• Volunteer: Minor Class A Application Complete the Protective Behaviors online training. (Only for volunteers ages 18 and over.)  Everyone must renew this year  (click link on Protective Behaviors) Read the Unified Sports® Partner Guidelines and complete the Unified Sports® Partner Release Form.Review information about Partner Domination Issues and Guidelines. All athletes and Special Partners must also fill out the COVID-19 Participant Code of Conduct and Risk Assessment Form  the link is below.  https://www.soct.org/files/1915/9421/5823/COVID-19-Participant-Code-of-Conduct-and-Risk-Form-REVISED-7-2-20-FILLABLE.pdf    All athletes and Special Partners must complete the below waiver. https://www.soct.org/files/4616/2610/8587/COVID-19-Waiver_fillable_2.pdf Watch this important video from the Special Olympics for all athletes and special partners. https://resources.specialolympics.org/resources-to-help-during-the-crisis/return-to-activities-covid-19-participant-code-of-conduct-and-risk-assessment-form