Region G provides programming for people in the counties of Ford, Iroquois, Livingston, Marshall, McLean, Peoria, Tazewell and Woodford.
There are many opportunities available for you to get involved with Special Olympics including serving as a volunteer or committee member, helping with fundraising or competing as an athlete. If you live in the Region and want to find out more about the local program, please contact one of the staff members listed below.
Region G Contact Info
Bailey Brenner – Director
(Sports / Outreach)
Michael Kraynak – Assistant Director
(Development / Sponsorship)
605 E. Willow St.
Normal, IL 61761
The 20th annual Big Blue Blowout will be hosted in Bloomington-Normal at a variety of facilities. We are thankful for our years on Millikin’s campus but look forward to starting new traditions! BBB is an opportunity to obtain multiple sport coaching certifications in one weekend. While there is a fee up front, it is returned, in its entirety as long as you attend everything you sign up for! BBB provides a great chance to network and swap best practices with other coaches from across the state. Our home base for the weekend will be the Lincoln Leisure Center. Details on location of each course will be shared upon registering.
A housing stipend will be provided to reimburse a portion of hotel expenses for any coach traveling more than 35 miles ($50 per night/2 night maximum).
Meals Provided = Dinner Friday, Lunch Saturday, Dinner Saturday
Please see the memo and registration paperwork under “Supporting Documents” below.
For questions/concerns and more information on registering for the Big Blue Blowout please contact:
Director – Coach & Health Services
Special Olympics Illinois
LETR Days Sponsored By Schnucks
The Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run is excited to team up with Schnucks Grocery chain during the month of August to raise funds and awareness for the athletes of Special Olympics Illinois. During this event, law enforcement officers and volunteers will staff merchandise tables at the main entrance of their local Schnucks store. Volunteers will sell LETR merchandise, raffle tickets and collect general donations all to benefit to benefit the 23,000 traditional Special Olympics athletes and nearly 17,000 Young Athletes (ages 2 – 7).
Friday: 4 PM – 8 PM
Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday: 10 AM – 6 PM