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Special to the Courier "Special Olympics," Prescott Thunder Swim Team coach Steve Trotter says, "doesn't have to stop when you're no longer a kid."...The oldest, Susan Taylor, 59, slams her freestyle strokes in the water with authority. Just a few
Special Olympics New Zealand has launched the pioneering report Athlete Health Overview, which provides information on the visual, audiological, dental, and podiatric health and mobility of more than 2000 individuals with an intellectual disability.
Melissa Oddi-Morrison knows first-hand how difficult it is to find activities for a child with special needs in her hometown because she has one herself. "There just isn't anything here for little kids," she said. So the longtime teacher reached out
Special Olympics International is launching a new program with Baltimore-based Catholic Relief Services to help serve people living with disabilities in developing countries. The charities are announcing the new partnership Wednesday at an event in
Skaggs recently played in the tennis tournament at the Special Olympics Northern Regional Games in Santa Maria. He'll next play at a tournament in Santa Clarita before competing in the Fall Games in Orange County in early December. He's skillful at
Two Santa Barbara teams will compete against five teams from Ventura, San Luis Obispo and Santa Maria in an exciting day of competition. The event also features a skills competition in dribbling, kicking and passing. The public is invited to cheer on
It is in the second capacity that he will speak tonight at the annual meeting of the Jewish Association on Aging at Rodef Shalom Congregation, Fifth Avenue in Shadyside. The 7 p.m. event is free to the public. "I'm coming to celebrate the work the
They'll be donating their tips to Special Olympics, and Barraco's will be donating 10 percent of the bill toward the cause, according to a press release. Patrons must mention that they're there for the Special Olympics.
A pair of local riders have received medals in the Special Olympics equine competition. Abbie Stallings and Shelby Baird both competed at the event held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington on Sept. 28...The nonprofit riding facility is for people
Microsystems, and is working in its first year to raise funds, establish partnerships and benefit local communities around