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Bea Bastino wins the Ambassador of the year award

Team Davis participant, Bea Bastino, won this year’s Ambassador of the Year award at the Team Davis banquet. This is an award given by the Team Davis board of directors for one participant who has gone above and beyond to participate in Team Davis sports and activities, to help his or her fellow Team Davisites, and to connect Team Davis to the broader community. Bea participates in almost every sport and activity that Team Davis offers and is always supporting her fellow athletes and friends. Congratulations Bea!  Previous winners include Aaron Mahon, Neil Cherones, Tyler Sierras, Jeff Brandenburger, Brad Winter, Mary Russ, Allie True, and Brian Reioux. 

Bea's Name on the Perpetual Plaque Bea and Team Davis Juniors Coordinator, Martha Ozonoff The Award Winners

Christine johnson wins volunteer OF THE YEAR AWARD

Congratulations to Christine Johnson for winning the 2016 Team Davis volunteer of the year award! Christine has volunteered for bocce ball, softball, soccer, basketball, track & field and distance running over the last four years. Thank you Christine for all your hard work and your commitment to Team Davis. Previous Volunteers of the Year winners have been Megan Ewens, Jules Walton, Nicole Wells, Alan Mann, Emily Hahn, Allison Olson and Eric Russell.

2016 Special Olympic Summer Games

Team Davis had a great Summer Games! We had 34 athletes competing in swimming, track and field, tennis and bocce ball and brought home countless gold medals!

http://www.davisenterprise.com/sports/nor-cal-special-olympics-return-to-davis/

http://www.davisenterprise.com/SPORTS/2016-SPECIAL-OLYMPICS-NORTHERN-CALIFORNIA-SUMMER-GAMES/

Great video remembering Dave Fisk

http://iseedavis.com/davis-voice-lost/

Team Davis summer sports

In July we started swimming, softball and golf practices! Swim practices have now ended for the summer — thank you Davis Aquadarts for another wonderful season! Softball and golf continue through the end of August (softball) and mid September (golf).

2015 Special Olympics summer games

For the sixth year in a row, U.C. Davis has hosted the Northern California Special Olympics Summer Games in June 2015. 700 individuals with disabilities, including a large number from Team Davis, competed for medals in either swimming, track, bocce ball, or tennis. Congratulations Team Davis athletes and coaches!!

Team Davis participant, Jeremy Wright, was asked to sign the national anthem at the Opening Ceremonies for Summer Games. Everyone was quite impressed with our Jeremy!!

Team Davis wins Excellence in Community involvement award

On May 26, 2015, Team Davis was presented with one of the City of Davis’ two Thong Hy Huynh awards for Excellence in Community Involvement. The award was presented by the City Council in “recognition for significant efforts in promoting and practicing equal opportunity for all for and contributing to community efforts to promote positive human relations and civil rights in Davis.” The award was signed by Mayor Dan Wolk.

Aaron Mahon wins team davis ambassador award!

Team Davis participant, Aaron Mahon, won this year’s Ambassador of the Year award at the Team Davis banquet. This is an award given by the Team Davis board of directors for one participant who has gone above and beyond to participate in Team Davis sports and activities, to help his or her fellow Team Davisites, and to connect Team Davis to the broader community. Congratulations Aaron!  Previous winners include Neil Cherones, Tyler Sierras, Jeff Brandenburger, Brad Winter, Mary Russ, Allie True, and Brian Reioux. 

Megan ewEns wins team davis volunteer of the year award!

Congratulations to Megan Ewens for winning the 2015 Team Davis volunteer of the year award! Megan has volunteered as a coach for several sports over the last few years. Thank you Megan for all your hard work and your commitment to Team Davis. Previous Volunteers of the Year winners have been Jules Walton, Nicole Wells, Alan Mann, Emily Hahn, Allison Olson and Eric Russell.

Team Davis represented at Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Event

Team Davis president, Robin Dewey, represented Team Davis on a panel of three who were asked to speak about how service strengthens the greater community. Robin also used the opportunity to talk about the importance of community integration in helping us understand and respect each other — our lives are richer when we embrace diversity.