The Wisconsin Chapter encourages our members to be active and engaged in sports and recreation. Whether one participates in chapter programs or selects from activities provided by the Zablocki VA Hospital Spinal Cord Unit, we feel these activities are essential to mental and physical health.
See and hear our very own pioneer of adaptive sports and the impact our programs have on our members and the community:
The 28th Annual Trapshoot in Green Bay is over, but not forgotten. With the support of many companies and individual sponsorships, our event was very successful. Thanks goes out to all of them, and all of the volunteers! Please show your support to these companies when you are shopping.
Adams Marquette Vet Services
Adaptive Sportsmen Inc.
American Legion Auxiliary #84
American Legion Post #382
Blackhawk Sportsman’s Club
Brazeau’s Gun Shop
Buck Rub Outfitters
Graf & Sons
|J & H Game Farm
John P. Mitchell
Johnson’s Sausage Shoppe
Modern Exterminating Co.
Monroe Moose Lodge #754
Rock N Roll Winery
Schultz Small Engine
St. Croix Rods
Wildlife Research Center
Wisconsin Dells Convention Bureau
Financial assistance is available to our members for some of these events, upon completing a financial request form. This form is to be submitted to the chapter prior to the event and before the 2nd Tuesday of the month, to be voted on at the Board of Directors Meeting.
The Wisconsin Chapter asks that you read the Sports Policy which defines our sports program.
Get Involved! Adaptive Sports & Recreation Programs Include:
- Winter Sports Clinic (snow skiing in Colorado) applications accepted until 11/30/17
- National Veteran Wheelchair Games
- Summer Sports Clinic
- Trapshooting-click to see more
- Veterans Afield Hunting
- Wheelchair Lacrosse – click here to read about the 2017 Midwest Regional Wheelchair Championship
- Air Rifle Program
- Adaptive Water Skiing
- Boccia Ball
- Sled hockey
- Fly tying
Also see the VA Hospital SCI Unit Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011607100661&fref=hovercard~~
See our Helpful Links page for more websites in sports and recreation.