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Event Sport: Cooperative Games

Adapted Lawn Games at Julius M. Kleiner Park

Why: To give individuals who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to participate in various adapted lawn games to include: beep kickball/baseball, bocce, auditory rifle, etc. Who: Open to

Cooperative Games at the NFB Annual Picnic

Why: To give transition-aged teens who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to practice Expanded Core Curriculum and Pre-Employment Transition Skills through Cooperative Games. Who: Open to transition-aged youth

Scavenger Hunt with VIEW on the Boise Greenbelt

Why: To give transition-aged teens who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to participate in a scavenger hunt while practicing money exchange skills. Who: Open to transition-aged youth who

Mineshaft Challenge Course

Why: To give transition-aged teens who are blind and visually impaired an opportunity to be introduced to a ropes challenge course. Who: Open to transition-aged youth who are blind or

Cooperative Games at 1st Leaf Fall Festival

Who: The opportunity for youth, birth to 12th grade, who are blind or visually impaired to participate in and be exposed to various adapted sport offerings and cooperative games. Individuals

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