Saturday night is traditionally the “prom night” for athletes of the summer games. However, not every athlete is interested in dancing. So Fuse Breakers offered an alternative venue for athletes to participate in. They play games, as well as make arts and crafts with athletes as the evening unwind.
Members of Fuse Breakers have been volunteering at the Special Olympics since 2014. This year, Furse Breakers are honored to be in charge of supervising athletes during the “quiet time” at the summer event.