STOCKHOLM, NJ – The Monarchs Hockey team for special needs athletes is preparing for their fall sessions. They are holding Learn to Skate for special needs athletes and are sponsoring a golf outing to raise funds.
On most Monday’s at 6 p.m. during Skylands Ice World’s Head Start Hockey, special needs athletes are invited to Learn to Skate. The cost is $100 for 10 sessions. Check the Skylands Ice World web site for details. http://skylandsiceworldnj.com/skating-academy/learn-to-skate/
The golf outing at Black Bear in Franklin is scheduled for Tuesday, September 12 with a Modified Shotgun start beginning at 9 a.m. Opportunities to support the event include golfing for $135 per person or hole sponsorship for $100. Breakfast and lunch are included as well as prizes.
The Monarchs are partnering with the Kinnelon Parents for Exceptional Children organization for the golf outing.
According to Brad Meyers, Monarchs organizer, “The Monarchs are a non-profit collaborative initiative to enable participation in organized youth sports programs with a focus on teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play through access to facilities and equipment, player and coaching development and mentoring. The Monarchs children develop positive self-esteem and learn skills to help them lead healthy, successful lives.”
The golf outing is located online at http://www.itsforthekids.us