LEEP Special Olympic Bowling Heads to State
MANKATO, MINN. — Mankato nonprofit Leisure Education for Exceptional People (LEEP) are heading to Lakeville this weekend for the year’s last tournament, State Bowling. LEEP has 61 bowlers and 20 coaches that will compete at the Brunswick Zone in Lakeville and are ready to finish the season strong.
"I’m hyped for another great tournament. We are prepared and ready for fun and victory!"-exclaims, LEEP Coach, Martha Garvey.
LEEP hosts more than 70 bowlers throughout the three month season at the WOW!Zone each week. LEEP’s noncompetitive bowling league will begin in early spring of 2017, and the nonprofit expects another large turnout.
A full schedule of LEEP Special Olympics sporting opportunities, practice, and tournament information can be found online at www.mankatoleep.org/special-olympics. To learn more about the LEEP Special Olympics team, contact Kristy Rotchadl at 507-387-5122 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Leisure Education for Exceptional People (LEEP)
Leisure Education for Exceptional People, Inc. (LEEP) enriches lives through inclusive education, recreation and healthy living opportunities. Our programs are designed to enhance the quality of life for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.