June 2024


  • June 15 - End of Season Party 1-3 pm at Trailside Middle School
  • June 29 - Summer Sports begin
  • July 4 - Leesburg 4th of July Parade (10 am)
  • July 5 - Purcellville 4th of July Parade (11 am)
  • September 14 - Plane Pull
  • October 5 - Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser & Silent Action
  • November 2-3 - Fall Championships - VA Beach

This information may also be found on the Website Calendar and

In the News, it is located at the bottom of the home page.


Summer Sports Registration is open and waiting for you!
Register Here

Your Webtrac account email address is the same email your coaches use to communicate through.

It's that time of year again!

 Dulless Day PLANE PULL is Saturday, Septmber 14

Sign Up (or Donate) here
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Athlete Walking Program

  • Saturdays, 4 pm-5 pm
  • Morven Park Visitor Center Parking 
  • Ends June 29th
  • Anyone can attend! No sign-up is required
  • Contact Coach Nasir with any questions.



SOVAL support: You can sign up here if you have completed the requirements to be a Special Olympics Volunteer and want to assist with a spring sport. If you would like information on volunteering, please email the Volunteers Coordinator.

Join us in supporting Silent Action!

Please support the Pancake Breakfast Silent Action by joining us in our efforts. Do you know any local businesses in Loudoun County that would be interested in donating to our silent auction? The items could be anything from restaurants, salons, bed and breakfasts, gift baskets, or tickets for a sporting event. If you do, please email Leighanne.

This could be any local business in Loudoun County—restaurants, Salons, Bed and Breakfasts, Gift baskets, tickets to a sporting event, etc.

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Our Athletes NEED your help!

Do you love to help plan Events?

Then our Event Chair position is just for you! And its open!!

More information about each position can be found here. 

Candidates shall submit a letter of interest describing their background, qualifications, and letter of interest to the Council Chair, Wilson Chua  

The IMPACT Award, established in January 2022, is given to an athlete and a volunteer who has contributed to our organization in a way that exemplifies our commitment to respect, teamwork, and unity. Their behaviors and attitudes show a dedication to making themselves, their teammates, and/or their communities a place where people are valued and encouraged. These individuals promote behaviors and practices that lead to a healthier lifestyle, including sports, friendship, and acceptance.

The May Athlete Award goes to Ryan Royston.

Ryan joined Softball Skills for the first time this spring and was then recruited by the Cardinals. He cares for and encourages his teammates. He is genuinely kind and is a team player. Coaches love his enthusiasm for the game and his ability and willingness to play many positions. He can also be found with his fellow Western athletes on the pickleball court on Wednesday evenings. He will be participating in the Summer Games for softball. Ryan also loves to share stories with his team about his adventures off the field, which include riding roller coasters and zip lining.

The May Volunteer Award goes to Kelsie Humbert.

Kelsie is an incredible middle schooler who has been helping out in multiple sports for the past two years. Our bocce, basketball, and Top Golf athletes enjoy her friendship and sweet disposition. She is very reliable, patient, and attentive. Numerous coaches have seen her growth in leadership and how she handles our athletes. Thank you for being involved, Kelsie.

If you want to nominate someone for an IMPACT award, please email Cynthia Clark. New winners are chosen on the 25th of every month, so nominate a deserving volunteer or athlete!!

Upload your favorite event pictures to Smug Mug

Do upload clear and non-blurry pictures.

Don't upload multiple of the same picture; please pick your favorite.

Global Messengers become community leaders who communicate stories of hope, acceptance, dignity, and courage worldwide. They help spread our mission and vision and encourage the community to participate in the Special Olympics as an athlete, sponsor, or volunteer.

Our very own Jamie Spiering is a Global Messenger, and he would welcome the opportunity to share his story of the importance of inclusion, a core value of Special Olympics Virginia.

Contact Us Today for more Information

On the last Tuesday of every month, Special Olympics Virginia goes LIVE for a Town Hall about a topic surrounding health, leadership, or advocacy. The streams are for SOVA parents and athletes to learn, connect, and engage with each other and guest speakers.

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Whether it's a question, comment, or testimony, we welcome your voice at the Town Halls this year! Click HERE to RSVP and tune in.

If you are in the market for some jewelry or a gift, Jennifer will donate 50% of her proceeds to Area 14.

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