The Braden River TOPSoccer program will kick off its sixth season Sept. 27.
TOPSoccer is a free soccer program for special needs children, ages four and older. Disabilities include Down syndrome, autism, Asperger syndrome, ADD/ADHD and other developmental and physical limitations and disabilities.
Games will be played from 12:30-2 p.m., Sundays beginning Sept. 27 and will run through Nov. 22.
Each athlete will be paired with a buddy to assist them as needed on game day.
For more information on the TOPSoccer program, to volunteer or to register contact Dave Robinson at 358-0497 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Braden River Soccer Club Website at www.bradenriversoccer.org.
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