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Schreiber Times: Unlimited Sports Action offers special needs program

Jake Eisenberg, Sports Editor January 18, 2013 The odds of becoming a professional athlete are around one in 150,000.  The odds of being diagnosed with Autism are one in 150, and the chances of having any special needs issues are even higher. All are welcome at the “Be Your Best Sport” program at Unlimited Sports Action (USA), for which several Schreiber students volunteer. What was originally a program just for those with autism has since grown…

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Special Olympics Basketball

In the Spring of 2012, the Be The Best Sport program became sanctioned as a Special Olympics Training Center and put together a group of seven boys to compete in tournaments as well as skill competitions held throughout the Spring. Be The Best Sport was a great success this spring and we would like to thank all of the athletes that participated in the program. We would also like to congratulate our boys basketball team…

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April & May Newsletter

BTBS Newsletter April, May and June are busy months for us here at Be The Best Sport. With many things going on, here are events and news we are excited to share with you!   Honoree at 12th Annual Woodbury Ball For Autism On April 17, 2015 at the 12th annual Woodbury Ball For Autism, Michael Furino, Frank Furino, and Al Sontag of Be The Best Sport were honored for their dedication to helping provide…

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