Special Olympics

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Special Olympics provides activities for people with Intellectual Disabilities, so they may make connections with people in their community.  Special Olympics is an International program of year-round sports and athletic competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.  There are approximately 130 individuals involved in the Muscatine County Special Olympics program.  Special Olympics athletes are men, women, boys and girls.  They are like other athletes.  They train and compete.  They learn to win and to lose.  They strive to do their best.  They inspire us.
Special Olympics offers training and competition opportunities for every athlete, regardless of gender, age or ability.  No matter what the ability level, there is a benefit from Special Olympics.  No matter what the interest—there is a sport for you.  Prior to participation in the program, a Special Olympic athlete must complete an application and release of information form.  These forms can be received from Jason Miller, Special Olympics Program Director, at the Y.

For more information on the Special Olympics Program or to assist as a volunteer,
contact Jason Miller at 263-9996 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


As we wrap up construction on the front part of the YMCA, we want to thank you for your flexibility and patience.  Although we won’t be completely finished with construction until June or July, our hope is the opening of the front entrance in December will help create some excitement and open doors for us to help you reach your fitness goals.

If you’re an athlete, volunteer or looking to be a part of our program, please feel free to stop in and take a tour of our newly renovated YMCA! 


Special Olympics Iowa is pleased to announce the 2018 Team Iowa members going to the USA Games in Seattle, Washington.  34 Athletes and Unified Partners along with 11 Coaches will represent Team Iowa.  More than 4,000 Athletes and Coaches from all 50 states will be at the National Stage competing in over 14 Olympic Style Sports.

Muscatine’s Travis Moss was selected for Swimming.  He will be competing in the 400 IM, 500 Freestyle, 100 Butterfly and the 4x100 Relay Team.  Brad Small will be competing in Deadlift and Bench Press for Powerlifting! 

Winter/Spring Programming 

Event dates and times are subject to change due to weather or program conflicts.  To get up to date information. contact the YMCA at 263-9996.

January 8-10: Winter Games for Alpine Skiing, Nordic Skiing & Snowshoeing-Sundown Ski, Albrecht Acres-Dubuque.

January 20: Team District Basketball & Skills Basketball Tournament-North Scott Jr. High School, Eldridge.

February 12: Firefighter’s Basketball Game, 7pm-Muscatine Community YMCA.

March 3: District Swim Meet, 10am-Clinton High School, Clinton.

March 9-10: Mid-Winter Tournament for Basketball, Basketball Skills & Power-Lifting–Field House, Iowa City.

April 7: Spring Games for Track & Field, 10am-North Scott Jr. High School, Eldridge.

May 14: Torch Bike Ride to kick off     Summer Games, 9am-Muscatine to Riverside.

May 17-19: State Summer Games for Track & Field, Soccer Skills, Swimming & Bocce-ISU Campus, Ames. 





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