2022 Scholarship Renewal

August 10, 2022

Every two years, Lakeshore requires that all scholarship recipients re-certify their scholarship for the upcoming year. The re-certification deadline for 2022/23 is September 2,2022, and the process is outlined below: 1. Complete a new scholarship application. You will receive an application in the mail, or you may download the application. Please complete the application and […]

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The World Games Birmingham 2022

June 16, 2022

  The world will come to Birmingham July 7-17 for the 11th edition of The World Games, an international multi-sport event held every four years. We are excited that for the first time, an adapted sport will be included in the sports program. Low point wheelchair rugby, a variation of the Paralympic Sport, wheelchair rugby, […]

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Tune, Lakeshore’s CCO

May 27, 2022

Welcome Tune, Lakeshore’s Chief Canine Officer! Trained as a facility dog, Tune is a two year old Golden Labrador. She comes to Lakeshore from America’s Vet Dogs and the Guide Dog Foundation, bringing wags of encouragement, friendliness and motivation. Facility Dog vs. Service Dog Tune’s training is extensive and differs, as does her role, from […]

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Lobby Renovations

May 5, 2022

Our lobby renovation project has begun and will continue for several months. We will provide important updates as the renovation progresses on this page. *denotes a recent update. *As of Monday, April 17: The lobby will close for the remainder of the renovation project. Member services and check-in will be relocated to the Sington lobby. […]

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2022 Summer Youth Activities

March 10, 2022

Lakeshore Foundation offers some of the nation’s best adapted recreation, aquatic and athletics programs for children with physical disabilities. During the summer we offer day camps, sports teams and aquatics programs. Check out our summer flyer and register your child today by clicking the button below. Not a Lakeshore member? Get started by visiting lakeshore.org/membership. […]

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