Special Olympics Wyoming returns to full capacity

(Casper, WY) – The Special Olympics Wyoming Board of Directors announced today, May 21st, they approved a return to Phase 3 Activities; sports competitions and training sessions can now be held at full capacity and without temperature screening. 

Team sports will resume as we head into summer. As always, it’s important that everyone involved with Special Olympics Wyoming events follow standard hygiene practices, maintain appropriate physical distancing, and stay home if you are sick.

To celebrate, Special Olympics Wyoming and the Casper Horseheads will host a “We’re Back! Celebration”, featuring a day of sports activities at Mike Lansing Field on Saturday, June 12, 2021.


10 am -12 pm A Skills Clinic for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes with the Casper Horseheads players with lunch provided by Jersey Mike’s Subs.

5 pm Cops and Jocks presented by Delta Dental will kick off at with a Unified softball charity game featuring Special Olympics Wyoming athletes, Law Enforcement and Fire/EMS to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Wyoming athletes.

6:35 pm The Casper Horseheads will take on the Mining City Tommyknockers.

Gates open at 4:30 pm. Double-header, all you can eat with general or reserved seating tickets. Autographed Custom game jerseys, swag from sponsors, and fun. Join us in celebrating our Return to Play. To register for the clinic, play in the charity game, purchase game tickets, or volunteer, go to www.sowy.org.

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