Walkin’ Roll families have been invited to participate in a special needs baseball sports camp on August 28th from 9:45 to noon hosted by D3Day. Lunch will be provided and everything is free. We will get a chance to meet professional athletes like Dave Clark, Doug Cornfield
As the City of Hickory continues work on the Community Enhancement Project for Individuals with Disabilities Study, adults (ages 18+) with disabilities are invited to provide their important feedback on resources and opportunities in Catawba, Caldwell, Burke, and Alexander counties.
Construction going on in front of Walkin Roll building, so you need to drive around the block and enter parking lot from the back. So, you will need to drive past the building and go to traffic light, turn left at Fry Daddy’s, go to next
Special Blendz is excited to partner with Covenant Case Management Services to bring a location to Loray Mill in Gastonia. As many of you know, we originated in Gaston County and cannot wait to return soon.
Our expected open date for this location is July 15, 2021. Thank
We are excited about starting our Game Night again. Put this recurring event on your calendars. As before, we will meet on the 2nd and 4th Fridays each month year around. There are lots of games already in our Activities Center or you can bring your own. We will play Bingo every time and will
Come out and join the Town of Hildebran for Cruise-Ins from May-September in 2021! These events will be held at the Walkin’ Roll Activities Center location which is in the Albert Parkhurst Municipal Complex parking lot.
Wear a Walkin’ Roll T-shirt to get a discount on food.
That’s what we all long to hear and we will hear it this Saturday, May 22nd at L.P. Frans Stadium, home of the Hickory Crawdads. Having missed our entire t-ball season in 2020 due to the pandemic, most of our returning players are raring to go bat
The primary purpose of Project Lifesaver Program is to provide timely responses to save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children who wander.
Individuals with developmental disabilities can obtain a locator bracelet through their local sheriff’s office. If the individual is lost, caregivers can contact the local sheriff’s office and a team of trusted