It is being presented by the nonprofit group Texas Adaptive Aquatics and sponsored by High Performance Homes of Bullard.
“Over 10,000 disabled persons nationwide have experienced waterskiing and boating since TAA became involved, making the sport accessible,” Debbie Bryant, owner of High Performance Homes, said in a statement.
“It’s a way of giving back for all the great experiences my late husband, Mark, enjoyed,” she said.
To help fund the clinic, a charity poker tournament is set for 2 p.m. May 20 at Coyote Sam’s restaurant in Tyler.
Information about the tournament is available at taa.tyler.com. Those who sign up prior to May 1 will receive bonus chips to use in the tournament.