Although Bowling does not belong to the Olympic sports, it is among the most popular sports in Special Olympics. It is a particularly beneficial sport to people with intellectual disabilities, irrespective of their age or sports abilities, since it ensures physical exercise and at the same time participation and social integration. Plus, it’s great fun!

Meet The Coaches

See who is volunteering their time to coach our teams.

Debbie Sturgeon
Debbie SturgeonHead Coach

I have enjoyed coaching and especially all of the friendships we have made through all the years. I’m very proud to be associated with Special Olympics Carroll County and I enjoy working with all of our athletes.
Dave Kuykendall
Dave Kuykendall Assistant Coach

Since I already had training in Montgomery County, I volunteered to help as a bowling coach when we moved to Carroll County. Coaching offers the opportunity for a place my son Jake and other bowlers can socialize, improve their skills, make new friends, and just have a good time. I am always eager to work outside in the yard or attend an outdoor sporting event.
Barbara Hof
Barbara HofAssistant Coach
Coaching bowling is gratifying because I can help the athletes and make them laugh. I enjoy reading, mowing, and walking my dog.

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    Upcoming Events

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    Golf Practice

    The Links at Challedon 6166 Challedon Cir, Mt Airy

    Golf Practice

    The Links at Challedon 6166 Challedon Cir, Mt Airy

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