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Sports Enthusiast opportunities are now available for the 2012 Special Olympics Florida Fall Classic benefiting the Special Olympics Florida. Shifts are offered on: Friday, November 16 and Saturday, November 17, 2012, located at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Sports Enthusiasts are needed for Opening & Closing Ceremonies, Healthy Athletes, Softball, Power lifting, Target Bowl, and Gymnastics.
Sports Enthusiasts must be at least 15 years of age to volunteer. Remember that children under the eligible age are not allowed to volunteer or accompany you. You will be told on the event day that your services cannot be utilized if you have children younger than the eligible age with you. This is for the safety of your child and everyone else involved. Sports Enthusiasts under 18 years of age must have a parent/guardian sign a waiver prior to the event.
As a Sports Enthusiast for the 2012 Special Olympics Florida Fall Classic, you will receive one commemorative piece of apparel for the event (apparel sizes are not guaranteed), and one snack per shift (snacks are typically provided at the start of your shift. If you have special dietary needs, please plan accordingly.) Volunteer for any of the events included in the Annual Sports Enthusiasts Calendar, and you will receive one point for each hour of service completed. For every sixteen (16) points accumulated, you will receive a complimentary Walt Disney World® One Day One Park theme park ticket which entitles you to one visit to any of the following Walt Disney World® Theme Parks: Magic Kingdom® Park, Epcot®, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, or Disney’s Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.
For more info or to volunteer, please visit www.disneysportsenthusiast.com
A hidden camera, a sense of humor and the help of Hollywood’s top special effects artists are all kids and their families need to pull the ultimate good-natured prank on their unsuspecting mom or dad in “Code: 9,” a new hidden camera reality series that’s comedy for the whole family, premiering THURSDAY, JULY 26 (8:00 – 8:30 p.m., ET/PT) on Disney Channel.
Hosted by Wes Dening (“The Stafford Brothers”), the unscripted comedy series pairs kids with a parent to help create, plan and cast the entire prank. In every episode, one family member goes deep undercover with special prosthetic make-up and costumes and goes face-to-face with their unsuspecting parent as one of the actors who helps pull off the big surprise. The signal “code 9″, indicates the start of the prank when the target is walking in and everyone needs to be in their places and ready.
In the premiere episode, the Tribble family wants to prank dad who they think loves golf and his clubs a little too much. With the help of “Code: 9″ host, Wes, and a Hollywood special effects and design team, mom and the kids plan it out then sit back and watch as dad takes the heat for a golf cart mishap that involves his clubs.
Right on Target: Merida, the adventurous heroine from Disney•Pixar’s animated feature film, “Brave,” makes special appearances at Fairytale Garden in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World in Orlando, FL. In addition to meeting Merida, young guests can try their hand at archery practice and interact the three mischievous bear cubs from the film. (Gene Duncan, photographer)
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