May 2017 BORP Newsletter
Dear BORP Supporter,
It's finally stopped raining in the Bay Area and at BORP that means it's time to start getting ready for the 15th Annual Revolution Ride and Festival! Registration for the Revolution is officially open and if you sign up to ride before June 30 you can save $25 with discount code EARLYBIRD.
Tickets are also still available for the 30th Anniversary Celebration of BORP's Youth Sports Program on June 9. We are looking forward to bringing together the BORP community to celebrate and recognize many of the individuals who have made a lasting impact on BORP's youth programming. Click here to get your ticket to the event!
Last but not least, if you have every wanted to try rowing, BORP will be having an open house on June 17th to offer individuals the opportunity to get in a boat and row around Aquatic Park. Click here for more informaiton.
Registration for the 15th Annual BORP Revolution Ride and Festival is officially open! And, if you register by June 30 you can save $25 on your registration fee with discount code "EARLYBIRD"!
We hope you'll join us on September 23 in the gorgeous Sonoma wine country for an incredible day of cycling and community!
On Friday, June 9, 2017 we will celebrate the 30th anniversary of BORP’s Youth Sports Program. We hope you will join us on this special evening to celebrate this life-changing program and to recognize many of the individuals who have made major contributions to its success.
BORP and StoryCorps: Come record your story
BORP is partnering with StoryCorps to offer a special opportunity to BORP participants to record their stories on June 22 at the BORP office in the Ed Roberts Campus. Space is very limited! If you're interested or would like more information, please email Betsy Dorsett: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recording appointments last approximately 40-45 minutes and are made for two individuals. Invite a loved one to join you for a comfortable conversation in the "booth" at the ERC. Click here to download a PDF about what to expect from a StoryCorps interview.
Join us on Saturday, June 17 for a training for volunteers who want to learn the skills needed to help with adaptive rowing and an open house for BORP participants who want to learn to row!
The weather may not make you think of heading to the beach just yet but the newly installed beach access ramp at Stinson Beach is a great reason to go. People with mobility disabilities can now get on the beach without actually getting sand in their toes, so to speak.
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