WHERE: South Shore Sports Center
Recreation Park Drive, Hingham
WHEN: Sunday, November 18, 2018, 2-3pm
TICKETS: $10/person or $25/family at the door
Please join us for our 2nd Annual Fall Family Fun Day! We'll have soccer, whiffle ball, tennis, bowling, dance, jump rope, bouncy houses, tattoos, face painting, and so much more! This is for ALL kids - not just special needs. Come see how we all win when we provide opportunities to play together!
WHERE: Krigsman Yoga, 25 Central Street, Hingham
WHEN: Thursday, November 15th, 7:30-8:30pm
TICKETS: $30 online
Please join us for a SNAP Fundraiser at Krigsman Yoga! This is a one hour low heat yoga class. No experience necessary. Grab a mat (we only have a few), bottle of water and wear comfortable athletic clothing. Parking is located across the street in the lower lot. All proceeds go towards SNAP programs. We look forward to seeing you!
South Shore SNAP was proud to partner with Hingham Police to host our first Special Citizens Police Academy! Thank you Officer Murphy for leading this great program and to all in the Police Department and Hingham Fire & Emergency Management who contributed. We’re especially grateful to celebrity guest Pablo the Police Dog (and to Officer Achille)!
Join us in congratulating our three Mentor Scholarship recipients, who truly reflect the SNAP mission!
Gabby Viola, recipient of the Jess Adams Scholarship
Wilson MacPherson, recipient of the Andrew Warhaftig Scholarship
Quinn Maguire, recipient of the SNAP Scholarship
By Joe Cavanaugh, The Hingham Journal
It’s officially fourth quarter at HHS and what better way to start off the home stretch than with the biggest pizza party in Hingham History? Pizza Palooza was a huge success again this year, and thanks to generous donations from the local community, South Shore SNAP was able to raise a record $10,150 through the event. Much of this profit will benefit SNAP Summer Camp at South Shore Country Club, where over 50 campers go for five weeks of fun every year.
The Hingham Journal
South Street Gallery, 149 South St., Hingham, will hold its Art Appraisal Day from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 21.
All proceeds will be donated to South Shore Special Needs Athletic Partnership, a nonprofit organization that provides athletic and recreational activities for children and young adults ages 3 to 22 with cognitive and physical disabilities.
The recent Art Appraisal Day on Feb. 24 raised $300 that will help fund SNAP’s five-week summer program.
By Casey Cavanaugh, The Hingham Journal
“How do you spell love?” asked Piglet. “You don’t spell it,” said Pooh. “You feel it.” When I was asked to write an article about the SNAP (Special Needs Athletic Partnership) Summer Program, I wasn’t sure where to begin. It has been such an honor to work as a mentor this year assisting a child with special needs.
The Summer Program is for students with disabilities from ages three to 22, and it takes place at the South Shore Country Club. Although this was my first year working as a mentor at the Summer Program, I have been a volunteer for SNAP activities since my freshman year. When it comes down to it, everyone puts so much love into the program and creates a very special feeling that’s hard to exactly put into words!
“Friendship is a very comforting thing to have” - Christopher Robin.
By Lane Lambert, The Patriot Ledger
A variety of local restaurants will once again go head-to-head on Wednesday, March 29th to earn the town’s “Best Slice Of Pizza” title – and raise money for special-needs activities. The event will be held in the Hingham High School cafeteria from 5:30-7:30 p.m. It’s sponsored by the Hingham Sports Partnership and Hingham Special Education Parent Advisory Council, and raises money for athletic activities for special-needs youngsters.
By Matt Rocheleau, The Boston Globe
A Hingham-based nonprofit will soon be launched to provide athletic programs for special- needs children. The organization, South Shore Special Needs Athletic Partnership, will hold an informational meeting this Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Hingham Middle School auditorium, said the organization’s president, Warren Pelissier.
The nonprofit plans to partner with other community organizations to serve special-needs boys and girls from preschool age to 22. The first program will be adaptive rowing, Pelissier said, and such sports as soccer, baseball, softball, basketball, bowling, tennis, and golf could be added.