CORSE Foundation Invites All to the 9th Annual Gala and Auction
Saturday, October 25, 2014 6:30pm
Scituate Country Club
Dinner, dancing, live and silent auction - an extremely fun evening out for a great cause!
Early Bird Discount until October 5th!--Tickets only $45 a person. Table of 10 for $450 After October 5th, tickets will be $55 a person. Table of 10 for $500
RSVPs are due by October 18th. The Gala is always a near sell-out, so please RSVP early!
Please consider volunteering or donating to the Gala ...
If you would like to purchase Gala tickets, click here…
Anything's Possible Martial Arts offers classes for men, women and children of all ages with a focus on Special Needs Karate. Through personalized lessons for each individual, students will develop their fitness and health, build self-confidence and acquire self-defense techniques.
Karate is a combination of both physical and mental elements. It is highly recommended for children with special needs.
The benefits of a karate program are invaluable because of the structure and discipline it brings to a child’s life. Consistency
Repetition of the same location, faces, curriculum, and knowing what to expect are all part of the classes. Continuous structure and fun exercises help a child excel in the most adverse circumstances.
Specific exercises can be created to fit each student’s particular developmental needs. These can help those who may experience difficulties with walking, flexibility, balance and coordination, strength, physical and motor skills, patience, awareness and attention, determination or other concerns.
Most importantly, karate is “fun.” It gives students with special needs a boost of self-esteem. The rewards of completing a technique, a kick, a strike or a punch, enables confidence and pride. Students are willing and excited to demonstrate something they have learned in class.
Please complete registration form
Karate Class – age 10 +
Place: South Shore Support Services
317 Libbey Industrial Parkway Weymouth, MA
Time: 5:00pm -5:45pm
Dates: Thursdays – November 6, 13, 20 & December 4, 11, 18
Cost: $65.00 for six weeks
Pre-registration is required please contact Renee McCorkle
By November 1
10/11, Come hear listen to an evening with Tony DeBlois!
Born weighing 1 lb.. 3/4 oz. was only the first obstacle that Tony DeBlois had to overcome. This 37-year-old pianist from Randolph, MA is blind, autistic and has Savant Syndrome. He has been playing the piano since age two. He was the subject of the 1997 CBS made for TV, Movie of the week “Journey of the Heart” which was inspired by actual events in Tony’s life.
Fall Recreation Programs
Dance Mondays 5:00-5:45pm
Gymnastics Tuesdays 3:15-4:00pm
Karate: Fridays 5:30-6:30pm
Swimming: Saturday mornings
Running: Sundays 3:00-4:00pm
Click here for more information and registration processes.
Because everyone needs to have balance in their life with FUN! Listings include sports, the arts, family events and fundraising galas and golf tournaments.