CALENDAR

Fundraising Events

by | Jun 20, 2016 |

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CONTACT US

Luke Schulte
VP of Development & LETR
schultel@ksso.org
620.408.4450 

Kate Buenger
Director of Development
buengerk@ksso.org
913.236.9290 x.107

Mitch Guthrie
Director of Development
guthriem@ksso.org
316.734.2233

October 1               3 – 7:00 p.m
Main Event

11950 N Kansas City Road, Olathe, 66061

Teams of 5, each team is required to have one SOKS athlete.
Cost per bowler is $30, athlete is free.
Pre-Check In at Main Event Saturday September 30,   5-7 p.m.
Day of Event Check in 2-3 p.m.
Only 20 lanes!      REGISTER TODAY

Battle of the Badges

Officers from the Topeka Police Department, Kansas Highway Patrol,
Shawnee County Sheriff’s Office and the Topeka Fire Department 
compete in the annual flag football tournament.

Sunday, October 15 at 1:00 p.m.
Yager Stadium, Topeka

Food, Entertainment and an auction will round out the activities

A fun event for the whole family.

Lawrence PD Crappie Tournament

You will notice that the date has changed for this annual event!
We are now the Kansas Crappie Club’s November tournament of the month!

November 4, 2017 

Clinton Lake, Lawrence
Launch at safe light

Registration fee : $100 per boat, $50 per participant
More information to follow.  Click here to register online.

Dinner and Auction to benefit the 2018 Heartland Winter Games
November 18. Purchase your tickets online today.

Help support the West Region and have a chance to
 win 150 lb of Prime Beef!

Beef is packaged in manageable weights and you do not need to be present to win.
Just click on this link to purchase tickets. 

Thank you to our sponsors for providing this great opportunity

Finney County Feedyard Inc. and Ehresman Packing Company

Annual Shooting Match

8 a.m. – Noon
Open to Law Enforcement and Civilians
Teams or Individuals

Click on the link to Register

Click here to view Partnership Opportunities

Click here for Registration Flyer with event details and rules

or Contact Captain Rick Newson with questions  913.715.522

Why are Cops Waiting on Tables? Cops and Special Olympics athletes make a great team!  Officers wait on tables in hopes of earning “tips” to support the SOKS athletes. At the same time officers create awareness of the unique relationship between Law Enforcement and SOKS.  All “tips” received are donated to SOKS.

Come out and enjoy a great meal at La Caretta and be served by Gardner Police Department Officers.
All extra “tips” given to the officers will benefit Special Olympics Kansas

October 3,  5-8 p.m.
6707 W. Kellogg,  Wichita, 67209

 

 

Due to nature of our events, registrations fees for no-shows or late cancellations are non-eligible for refund.  If you have earned an incentive for the event please contact us and we will make every effort to get it to you.  Thank you for your understanding and support of Special Olympics.