The very roots of Lakeshore Foundation are found within Sports and Recreation. From the earliest wheelchair basketball team to today’s incredible array of opportunities Lakeshore has so much to offer. Lakeshore’s strong reputation led it to be named a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site in 2003 and in 2006 the Foundation began the Lima Foxtrot program for those injured in service to our nation.
Interested in cycling, bocce or playing in a wheelchair flag football league? Recreation is the home of opportunities for children and adults some of whom may be brand new to getting active and some for whom the programs offered are a passionate pursuit. Schedules and event descriptions are available in this section.
13 competitive teams and individual athletes pursuing their sport everyday comprise today’s vibrant athletic department at Lakeshore. Athletes are offered the chance to compete locally, regionally and nationally throughout the year. Here you will be introduced to some of Lakeshore’s athletes, teams, coaches and get information about tournaments. Looking to pursue competitive sport? There is great information for you to learn how to get involved.