What We Do
The Alley Cats
Formed in the Fall of 2002. Enjoy the popular leisure time activity, bowling! The Alley Cats are teens and Adults with disabilities, who meet every Tuesday at the Northside lanes in North Augusta. Our season runs from September thru May. Beginners, as well as experienced bowlers, are welcome. Fee $12.00 month, which includes 2 games, shoes, adaptive equipment and a banquet at the end of the season.
Ballet Tout le Monde
Formed in 2013. Ballet Tout le Monde is a ballet program designed for individuals with physical and/or developmental disabilities. Ballet is a beautiful art form and means of expression. Through Ballet Tout le Monde, children of all ability levels will be able to experience the joy of dance. The instructor is Lindsay Murray.
Formed in 2011. Our chorus performs musical selections in the community under the direction of Shelley McGee, Music Director. Those participating practice during the year while attending the ART-ability Studio.
Formed in fall of 2003, The Cruisers are teens and adults with disabilities, who meet once a month to enjoy the community while socializing with their peers. They enjoy such activities as going to the movies, pizza & bingo, dances, a Lynx game, a Green Jacket game, and much more.
Formed in March 2004, Lora Lee Kokovich will lead you through an aerobic routine choreographed to music for an upbeat workout. Plus learn the steps, turns and combinations of your favorite line dances. We work out once a month at the Grace United Methodist Church in North Augusta.
The T-RecS Programs
Formed in April 2004, the Tri-Recreational Sports (T-RecS) program gives individuals that are 6 years of age or older the opportunity to play baseball, basketball, and cheerlead. Players participate at North Augusta Riverview Park on Saturdays during the spring and fall. This program is structured for individual ability levels, to develop skills, and enjoy the sports.
The Miracle league
The RECing Crew’s competitive Miracle League Team participates weekly in the Spring with the Family Y of Greater Augusta’s Miracle League. This baseball league is specifically designed for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities. Games are played on a rubberized surface field that accommodates wheelchairs and other assistance devices. The Miracle League Field is located behind the Uptown Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center on Wrightsboro Road. The RECing Crew Miracle League are coached by Anne Comer, Pat Carpenter and Rob Kincaid.
The ART-Ability Studio
Express yourself through Art and Music with Karen Denny, Art Director. Create your own masterpieces by experimenting with different mediums plus Sing along with Shelley and be part of the Crew Chorus!
This is a brand new and exciting program that began in 2014. North Augusta School of Dance is designed for individuals with physical and/or developmental disabilities who want to learn tap, jazz or hip-hop. Children of all ability levels will be able to experience the joy of dance. The instructor is Rachel Griffin.