The SCI-FI Group
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Spinal Cord Injury - Fighting Impairment 

Welcome to the homepage of The SCI-FI Group . The 2013 5K has come and gone. Although we didn't achieve our goal of $15,000, we had an unexpected surprise with over 30 participants registering the day of the race. With the explosion of race day participants, we were able to surpass $9000 in clear proceeds.

This year we are changing it up! Instead of a 5K, we are going to hold a kickball tournament on September 20, 2014 at Oakside Community Park. We are hoping to get 8-16 teams for the tournament with each team consisting of 9-12 players. Each team will be guaranteed 2 games because the tournament will be double elimination format. We will try to abide by the WAKA kickball rules but remember this is for a good cause and to have fun. For more information on rules check out 
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The idea is to have fun and raise money at the same time. The fee will be $25 per person or $225-300 per team depending on how many players are on the team. We are also encouraging individuals and teams to raise money too. Ask for donations, etc. whether it's $5 or $100 every little bit helps. We will be confirming more details later. Each entry fee gets you a Tshirt and an awesome day of kickball that is guaranteed to bring back memories of your elementary playground days. We will have a concession stand, door prizes, 50/50, top team fundraiser prizes, tournament winner prizes, top individual fundraiser prizes, and much more.

Our Mission:

To raise money and awareness for SCI and disabled people in Adams County and as far as the Sci-Fi Group fingers can reach to touch those in need.

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In closing, I would like to thank the Sam Schmidt paralysis foundation, my sister, my family members, and volunteers who help me each year in achieving such great success. Without these people, the organization and success of these events would not be possible.

I would also like to thank everybody who donated on crowdrise, participated in the race, and/or sponsored any of the events that we have had this year. Without these generous people, our organization and my dreams of one day finding a cure for paralysis what seemed unattainable. Thanks to everyone for walking with me in my journey to better the lives of spinal cord injury people. 

We will stay in touch through the website and Facebook keeping our followers informed of any upcoming events. Thanks again for all your support, have a great rest of the year and wonderful holidays!



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