Agent Sarah Robinson is teaming up with her parents to support the Special Olympics of Southern California’s annual Fall Games, which will be held December 13 and 14 in Fountain Valley and Irvine. The director of entertainment and ceremonies for the games for 15 years, Robinson volunteers alongside her parents, Jim and Rhonda Dusa, also residential real estate specialists.
“My entire family acts as one big volunteer unit for the games throughout the year for both the Summer and Fall Games,” comments Robinson.
The games will feature six fall and winter sports, including bowling, floor hockey, soccer softball, tennis and volleyball. One of the largest competitions in Southern California, the games will include more than 1,100 athletes.
Robinson, whose family has been volunteering with Special Olympics for a combined total of 40 years, commented that, “We enjoy being able to use our talents to support the athletes of Southern California in their endeavors. Volunteering for Special Olympics of Southern California is such a fulfilling joy in that it allows us to help people while spending time together.”
Robinson’s father Jim Dusa, who is the broker/owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Heritage Properties in Yuba City, California, will be volunteering as a USA Track and Field Certified official for competition. His wife Rhonda Dusa volunteers her time to work as his chief volunteer.
In her role as director of entertainment and ceremonies, Robinson oversees the opening and closing ceremonies, athlete dance and expo park stage events. “I would like to thank our sponsors, including the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Southern California, LionsGate, KTLA, Mattel, and Von’s,” added Robinson.