July 24th – July 28th, 2017
The deadline for camp registration is June 2, 2017
Lied Multipurpose Complex at Iowa School for the Deaf
3501 Harry Langdon Boulevard, Council Bluffs, IA 51503
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3rd Annual Bowling Fundraiser
Support Adaptive Sports!
Cost: Adults: $20
Youth (17 & under):$15
Includes shoes and 2 games.
Proceeds to benefit Nebraska Adaptive Sports Program (ENWAA).
Please RSVP your team or individual spot to Jena Munson by April 21st, 2017.
Jena.firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-572-2276
Red Dawg alumni, Jeromie Meyer, could be a Paralympian with
Team USA basketball
Jeromie Meyer is a Maverick now, but could be a Paralympian with
Team USA basketball next
By Blake Baxter / World-Herald staff writer, Apr 15, 2017
The Nebraska Red Dawgs Placed 11th in the Nation!
2017 National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament in Louisville, KY
U.S. Men’s U23 Team Win 2017 America’s U23 Qualifier and Punch Ticket to U23 World Championships
We’re so proud of the US Men’s U-23 Team which includes Red Dawg alum Jeromie Meyer!
Read more about the U.S. Men’s U23 team.
Congratulations Nebraska Barons on your 10th National Championship!
The Nebraska Barons were 25-0 this season. They won the 40th annual Wheelchair Softball World Series. The Barons competed against 19 teams from around the world and made Nebraska proud!
Nebraska Junior Barons Place Third at the
Junior Wheelchair Softball World Series!
The Junior Wheelchair Softball World Series was held in Minnesota on August 5th and 6th. We look forward to playing in Maryland next year. Great job Junior Barons!
Join us for the 5th Annual David Ruback Memorial Golf Outing!
2016 is going to be the best year. Sign up today by clicking on the image below.
The Eastern Nebraska Wheelchair Athletic Association (ENWAA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1975 and became an exempt organization under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in 1988. ENWAA is the premier wheelchair sports organization in Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa.
ENWAA provides athletic opportunities for disabled children and adults. These opportunities include instruction, team organization, practice facilities, athletic equipment, registration fees, uniforms, travel expenses, team and individual awards, and much more.
There are many benefits associated with participation in wheelchair athletics. These include aerobic and muscle-building activities, building self-esteem, making life-long friendships, and travel to play teams from other areas. Also, many of our members have participated on the United States Paralympic Team and have had opportunities for international travel. Several of our members have received college scholarships through wheelchair athletics.