Welcome to the Challenger League! We are so excited to have new people join our family. We like to use the term P.L.U. - PEOPLE LIKE US. We hope you are ready to make friends and watch your children enjoy everyday activities that they have wanted to participate in yet didn't know if they could or should. We are here for you to make friends and push your child out of his or her comfort zone. We love watching the kids gain confidence and make friends. Here you can register for all our upcoming programs. Please join us on our facebook page also https://www.facebook.com/groups/693882100731859/
Registration for the 2018 kickball season is now open! Ages 6 and up. The season will run from October 13th through November 17th. Ages 6 and up. Games will be in Leesburg on Park St. Our kickball program has quickly become on of the player's favorites. The players and buddies always have a great time in kickball. If you are new to the league and have not tried a sport yet, we believe kickball would be a great place to start!
We are now accepting registrations for Art and Music classes beginning in October! Music will be on Monday nights from 6:30-7:30, and Art will be on the first Sunday of each month from 2:00-3:00. Along with fun and excitement, these classes will provide Challengers with invaluable social interration and opportunities to make new friends. Our instructors are highly experienced in this type of setting and are very effective at teaching kids. Our new Challenger Clubhouse is located at 429 Dunbar Lane in Albany, GA. We hope you will come and join us in this new adventure!
Challenger League believes that all individuals have the right to experience life to its fullest potential and to have full recognition of his/her dignity and individuality. Challenger League provides children with developmental and physical disabilities the opportunity to participate in athletic and social events, develop lasting relationships among their peers, coaches and parents, and show them they are an important part of their community by creating an environment of inclusion for both their kids and their parents.