The North GA Screamin' Eagles will be playing in its 1st
Power Soccer tournament of the 2017/18 Season at the Lakeshore Olympic/Paralympic training facility in Birmingham, AL in the
USPSA Southeastern League December 1-3, 2017. The team will be hosting its 1st League Tournament at the
East Hall Community Center in Gainesville, GA January 13 & 14, 2018.
The general public is welcome to attend free of charge.
This year marked the 10th anniversary of the U.S. Power Soccer Association, of which the Screamin' Eagles have been a member of since inception. The game of Power Soccer has evolved in the last 10 years, and for teams to play competitively and contend for a Championship they must obtain high-performance power wheelchairs, or build them. More and more teams are opting for the StrikeForce powerchair manufactured by Powersocccershop.com, but the equipment is not covered by any insurance. For athletes with disabilities, acquiring the $7,700-$10,000 for this type of powerchair is extremely difficult.
The Disabled athletes of the Screamin' Eagles need our help in getting new Powerchairs. ABT serves as the fiscal sponsor for the North Georgia Screamin' Eagles team, and all donations are tax deductible. Please consider making a donation to help us help the team acquire the equipment needed to compete for a USPSA Championship.
16th ADA Memorial 5k, 10k, & 1m
On July 22, 2017, ABT honored the 27th anniversary of
the Americans with Disabilities Act by holding the 16th Annual
ADA Memorial 5k, 10k, & 1m wellness and awareness
event on the Historic Downtown Square in Gainesville, GA.
Eddie Gannon, M – 50 from Gainesville took First place in the 5K with a time of 19:36.9, and Emily Harrell, F – 19 from Suwanee finished second and was the first female with a time of 19:57.7. Johnny Garner, M – 53 from Oakwood finished First in the 10K Run with a time of 47:18.4, and Hannah Miller F – 22 from Dahlonega finished second and the first female in 48:10.7. For complete Results Click Here
The 17th Annual ADA Memorial event will be held on July 21, 2018. Mark your calendars and run your support of the ADA Anniversary next year.
The weather was beautiful on October 8th when ABT held
our our 5th Annual Battle of the Bags at the Lake
Lanier Olympic venue at Clark's Bridge Park in
Team SCL made up of Scott Costly & Jeff DeVore took 1st place in the Pro division, and Team AVO made up of Andrew Kersey and Justin Sims finished in 2nd place Pro Division. In the amateur division, 1st place went to Just 2 Dudes made up of Jonathan Dover and Clay Dorfman. 2nd place went to Team Pressley made up of Tim Pressley and Scott Trundle. In the professional singles tournament 1st place went to Scott Costly, and in the amateur division Caleb Johnson won 1st place. The venue was great and the weather could not have been prettier. We are planning additional tournaments in the future, stay tuned.
15th ADA Memorial 5k, 10k, & 1m
On July 23, 2016 in Gainesville, GA, ABT honored the
26th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities
Act becoming law by holding the 15th Annual ADA
Memorial 5k, 10k, & 1m wellness and awareness
event on the Historic Downtown Square for the Civil
Troup Kirkus was the 1st Male to cross the finish line in the 5k with the time of: 20.21.7 and Makayla Hewell finished in 2nd and was the 1st Female 20 minutes 39. seconds. Chris Milligan finished in 3rd place a half a second later. In the 10k Event Kenyrik Alexis crossed the line in 1st place at the 38.13.5 mark and Melanie Hamlit finished in 2nd and was the 1st Female with a time of: 39.57.1. Chip Kiel finished 3rd in 40 minutes 11.8 seconds. For pictures visit the event website at: www.adamemorial.org
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) gives civil rights protections to individuals with disabilities that are like those provided to individuals on the basis of race, sex, national origin, and religion. It guarantees equal opportunity for individuals with disabilities in employment, public accommodations, transportation, State and local government services, and telecommunications.1