All-Star Training Club (ATC) was established to provide an integrated sports program for individuals with or without disabilities where everyone, regardless of ability, is encouraged to participate on the field of athletic competition. ATC is a sanctioned Special Olympics organization and is the only program in a five-county area that offers such a unique approach to athletics where everyone is given the opportunity to become a rising star.

In early 2014, All-Star Training Club became the newest member of the United Disability Services (UDS) family. In his new role, ATC Founder Dan Lancianese will continue to work closely with athletes, families and volunteers to promote the benefits of fun and fitness for everyone.

United Disability Services is celebrating 65 years of enhancing the lives of people with disabilities by providing opportunities for full participation in the community. For more information about any of our other programs and services visit us at

Tuesday, February 9, 2016

ATC Bowling

Bowling Announcement 

Reminder to our Athletes, Volunteers, Family & Friends:

Important changes to February 13 & February 20 bowling start times for ALL lanes

Lanes 1-32: Your bowling start time is 1:00 p.m. All bowlers must check in and be ready to bowl by 1:10 p.m. or you will not be able to bowl until the later start time. No exceptions!

Lanes 33-48: Your bowling start time will be at 2:30 p.m. Please make sure you check in with Dan to see which lane you have been assigned to. You will be bowling on different lanes during these weeks.

2016 ATC Basket Ball

2016 ATC Basketball 

The basketball league has hit the middle of the season and both the Sunday and the Monday leagues are in a tight struggle for the number one spot. The Rams and Orangemen are tied for 1st place with 2 - 1 record. The Explorers and Griffins are only one game behind at 1-2. The Warriors and the Irish are knotted up  in first place on the Monday league with a 2-1 record.They are followed by Magics and Knights with a 1-2 record. 

Derek K. leads all scoring with a 23.0 per game average. He is followed by Troy R. (19.5), Jacob C. (17.7), Robbie S. (16.0), Carl P. (16.0). 

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

ATC Night Out with the Canton Charge

Join us for UDS All-Star Training Club Night Out
with the Canton Charge!

Canton Charge vs. Erie Bayhawks
Saturday, March 12, 2016
Doors open at 6 p.m./Tip off at 7 p.m.
Canton Memorial Civic Center - 1101 Market Ave. N., Canton, OH 44702

Ever wonder what it's like to play on a professional basketball court?
Members of the UDS All-Star Training Club have been invited
to play on the court for one hour following the game.
Join us for a little 3-on-3 action or a group shootaround after the final buzzer.

Special Ticket Pricing Available!
Contact Danielle Marino at 330-762-9755, ext. 233 for more information
or to order tickets ($12.50 each) by Friday, February 12.

Monday, January 25, 2016

ATC Bowling Schedule Change

There will be no ATC bowling session on Saturday, January 30. We will return on Saturday, February 6 at 1:00 p.m. 

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Youth Cross County

The Youth Cross Country Meet
scheduled for
November 15 has been cancelled.

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Winter Sports Registation

Call today for more information or to sign up!

2015 ATC Flag Football

Flag Football Championship 

The UDS All-Star Training Club Flag Football season came to an end with the championship round games. In the consolation finals, the Irish overwhelmed the Warriors by the score of 45-19 to end up in 3rd place.

The big story of the day was in the championship game where the Knights battled the Griffins for the third time this season. The game changed leads 12 times. With less than 2 minutes to go and the Knights down 41 - 40, the Jacob S. caught a 30 yard strike for a touchdown to give the Knights a 46-41 lead. But, the Griffins responded with less than a minute to go on the clock with a 21 yard break away run by Derek K. to set up the Griffins at the Knights 9 yard line. On third down and 9 to go and only 30 seconds left, The Griffins caught pay dirt with a go ahead pass and catch to put them up 49-46 to win the title.