Our connection clubs provide a monthly outing for our Challenger kids! These are nights out for the boys club and the girls club. The focus of these events will be to experience unique opportunities out in the community. The participants get to hang out and enjoy each others’ company. This crew brings the fun wherever they go, and this fall the activities are even more amped up, providing varied age-appropriate, memorable events for our connection clubs to explore. Whether it’s learning to bake, attending local theater productions around town, simply sharing a delicious meal together or the girls enjoying a spa day, each connection club event is a guaranteed wild and fun occasion.

We offer this for our kids ages 10 and up.  The boys club will be the Challenger Crew and will meet once a month.  Kathleen Fiorito will be the head of the boys crew and has lots of fun adventures. 

The girls club will meet with Starla Brokamp and the details of the girls club are still brewing!!  Girls ages 10 and up are welcome to sign up! 

Kids clubs for ages 4-9 will meet once a month for fun social outings and time to make friends and be apart of cool adventures!! Sign up now! 



Our Mission

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.


  • "Our son Wes has Autism. The Challenger League has been a blessing to our son as it has given him opportunities I feel otherwise would not be readily available. He is a smart, energetic boy with so much to offer and has been able to become more involved because of the Challenger League. We also love the Challenger League's promotion of special needs in the community and feels it brings more awareness and education."
    Heather Hood Johnson
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