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– Able Attack  – Crivitz Wolverines

– Able Attack  – Crivitz Wolverines

– Able Attack  – Crivitz Wolverines

– Able Attack  – Crivitz Wolverines

Special Olympics 

Special Olympics 

Special Olympics 

Special Olympics 

Special Olympics 

Grow in teamwork, sportsmanship, & friendship with other athletes.

Special Olympics is a global movement that unleashes the human spirit every day around the world through the transformative power and joy of sport. Through programming in sports, health, education and community building, Special Olympics is tackling the inactivity, stigma, isolation, and injustice that people with intellectual disabilities face.


Camp Daniel currently offers bowling & basketball seasons, and young athletes (ages 2-10) in Crivitz and corn hole and basketball season in Green Bay. Each sport includes weekly practices and competitive tournaments. There are opportunities for beginners and experienced athletes. All are welcome!


This is a multigenerational community of athletes where athletes never age out of programs! We focus on creating a strong team on and off the court and we believe this starts with friendship.


We play to have fun. Whether it’s a pool party the night before a tournament or joking around at a weekly practice, we value fun in all seasons!

Crivitz, Wisconsin

Northwoods Young Athletes

Movement & Play program for kids with and without disabilities, ages 2- 10!

Young Athletes is a sport and play program for children with and without intellectual disabilities, ages 2 to 10. Young Athletes introduce basic sports skills like running, kicking, and throwing. Children of all abilities take part, and they all benefit.

Young Athletes focuses on fun, healthy living, fundamentals of movement, teamwork and listening skills, and play. Young Athletes is an inclusive team; this program is designed for kids 2-10 with disabilities, but this program is also open to kids without disabilities. This is a great program to help all kids form friendships and see the similarities in kids who may be different than them!

For: Kids 2-10 years old with and without disabilities 

When: Monday Evenings, 4:00 – 5:00 pm

    April 3rd- May 22nd

Where: Crivitz Youth Community Center Gym

901 Henriette Avenue, Crivitz, WI 54114

Cost: This program is FREE to all participants 

Details: Young Athletes is available to kids ages 2-10. Participants who need assistance (is not potty trained or needs personal care) in the bathroom, must be accompanied by a pre-approved chaperone (can be a sibling). 

Fill out registration today!

Email completed Young Athletes Registration to

Or Mail to: Ruth Hucek- Young Athletes

    W10541 Army Lane, Athelstane, WI 54104

Young Athletes Site Name: Northwoods Young Athletes

Crivitz, Wisconsin

Sport Teams

Bowling and Basketball for people with disabilities, ages 8+!

This team is for people with disabilities ages 8 & up who want to participate in competitive sports and grow in teamwork, sportsmanship, and friendship with other athletes. Join with a friend! Bowling season runs October- December. Basketball season runs January-April. Tryouts are at the start of every season.

For: People with disabilities, ages 8+.

Where: Crivitz, Wisconsin 

When: The bowling season runs from October through December. Basketball season runs from January through April.

Cost: These programs have small associated fees. Bowling has a weekly bowling fee (around $6 per week) and tournament fees. Basketball has tournament fees. The team does some fundraisers yearly to help cover costs and keep the fees low.

Inquire Today!

Email Ruth Hucek, Special Olympic Manager, to get involved!

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Able Attack Sports Team

The Able Attack is run by The Able Church, and coached by its leaders and members. The teams are open to anyone who attends The Able Church.

Practices are held each Tuesday evening and are followed by pizza and men’s and women’s bible studies.  The teams focus on teamwork, encouragement, and sharing God’s love through sportsmanship and the joy of playing.

Current Sports: Fall: Corn Hole, Winter: Basketball

Contact Justine Steiner, team manager, to get involved! 920-265-1756 or