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Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program Presents 2008 Casino Night
“Visions of Victory” Annual Gala and Fundraising Event
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program is proud to present “Visions of Victory,” our eleventh Annual Gala and Fundraising Event.
The night will feature speaker and 2008 Victory Award winner Karin Korb. In addition to ranking #1 in Women’s Open in the United States, Ms. Korb ranks 9th in the world in wheelchair tennis and has competed on 7 USA World teams. Furthermore, this dynamic athlete was also the champion of the first ever women’s wheelchair bodybuilding competition held by the National Physique Committee.
The event coincides with Ms. Korb’s wheelchair-tennis clinic on Sunday, April 20. The clinic will include instruction for youth and adult athletes as well as training interested pros, potential mentors and volunteers on teaching techniques such as court movement strategies, wheelchair pushing techniques and proper tennis strokes. Youth sessions will run from 9:00-11:00a.m. and adults sessions will run from 11:10a.m.-1:10p.m.
Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program (RHISP) is an independent, self-funded, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization of the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Foundation. Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) is a joint venture between Clarian Health Partners and St. Vincent Hospital and Health System. RHISP is dedicated to providing competitive and non-competitive athletic and recreational activities to individuals with disabilities to enhance quality of life, promote physical and emotional fitness, introduce recreational and wheelchair sports and challenge participants to perform at a competitive level. www.rhin.com