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Sawyer Boulette

Director

207-873-0684

sboulette@clubaycc.org

Cassie Contigiani

Coordinator

207-872-8584

ccontigiani@clubaycc.org

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INCLUSION Community Means Everyone!

BOTH REGISTRATIONS REQUIRED for Participation

All participants must meet with Program Coordinator before entering the program.

BOTH FORMS REQUIRED

for Participation,

AYCC Membership not required

The AYCC Unified Champion Program promotes social inclusion using sports and clubs as the foundation to create climates of acceptance. Members with disabilities feel welcome and are routinely included in, and feel a part of, all activities, opportunities and functions.

Volunteers are the backbone of this program.  By implementing inclusive sports, youth leadership opportunities, and whole facility engagement, the Unified Champion Program will create meaningful change in creating a socially inclusive community that supports and engages all learners.

OCTOBER PROGRAMS

 

Subject to Amendment as Needed

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CORNAMENT

FUNDRAISER
FRIDAY, OCT 8

5PM Registration 

5:45pm Start

Purnell-Wrigley Field

Details

Register Today

Become a Sponsor

All money raised supports the Unfied Champion Club Program

SOFTBALL

Oct 5, 12, 19 & 26

Tuesdays 5:30-7:30PM

Purnell Wrigley Field

 

Schedule and Location of play

subject to change -

stay tuned for updates!

 

 

HIKING

Hike 1 - Wed, Oct 6 - 2pm

Frenchs Mountain,

Rome, Maine

Hike 2 - Mon, Oct 11 - 2pm

Blueberry Hill,

Rome, Maine

 

NEWS GALLERY

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Tim Shriver, PhD  

Chariman Special Olympics International 

 “The mission of the AYCC is laudable. But the vision to create a culture of inclusiveness and acceptance … is groundbreaking. AYCC will be the first club of its kind in the country. We hope to see it replicated broadly because it represents a model for the way every school, every club and every community could be – places of welcome, safety, and mutual respect -- and filled with the joy of togetherness.”

Susan Scacchi, the Executive Director of the Maine Masonic Charitable Foundation (MMCF), was searching for an avenue to spread the Mason’s culture of volunteering and community building across Maine in an impactful way when she came to the AYCC for a visit. Kismet! This October the MMCF Trustees approved funding staffing for the AYCC’s Unified Club Program in the amount of $100,000 over two years.  MMCF Grand Master, Mark Rustin, explained, “The Mason’s are builders, building lives with the purpose of building communities.  We are dedicated to this project for two years and, with its success, beyond!”