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  1. Get to the Olympics one stroke at a time (Rose Brass joins Special Olympics swimming program).: An article from: Wind Speaker by Marj Roden, 2000-07-01
  2. Volleyball. (Official Sports) (The 1991 ISSOG: Special Olympics International): An article from: Palaestra by Claudine Sherrill, Linda Barnes, et all 1992-01-01
  3. From Start to Finish: The Official Rhode Island Special Olympics Cookbook by Rhode Island Special Olympics, 1985
  4. Special Olympics and University of Massachusetts-Boston join forces.(SOI): An article from: Palaestra
  5. Softball. (Official Sports) (The 1991 ISSOG: Special Olympics International): An article from: Palaestra by Glenda Cloutier, 1992-01-01
  6. Special Olympics African Hope 2001. (SOI).(event highlights): An article from: Palaestra
  7. Team handball. (Demonstration Sports) (The 1991 ISSOG: Special Olympics International): An article from: Palaestra by Ron Davis, 1992-01-01
  8. Special Olympics faces sex lawsuit.(Courts)(Courts: Parents of a retarded woman say a coach induced her to have a relationship and fathered a boy.): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  9. SOI.(Special Olympics Inc.): An article from: Palaestra
  10. Let gains begin: Athletes build life skills.(Sports)(Special Olympics: Competitors test their strength, speed and endurance while developing self-esteem ... from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  11. Opening ceremonies. (The 1991 ISSOG: Special Olympics International): An article from: Palaestra by Linda Barnes, 1992-01-01
  12. Giorgio Armani's Faces of Sport features Special Olympics athletes.(SOI): An article from: Palaestra
  13. Special events. (1989 International Winter Special Olympics Games): An article from: Palaestra
  14. Corporate involvement: the Special Olympics philosophy.: An article from: Palaestra

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63. MAB Community Services - Special Olympics
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On March 10-11, nearly 1,000 athletes from all over Massachusetts gathered to compete in the 2007 Special Olympics Winter Games. Athletes competed in a number of events, including Alpine Skiing, Snowboarding, Nordic Skiing, Floor Hockey, Figure Skating, Speed Skating, Ten Pin Bowling, and Basketball.
Our very own Ivy Street Hawks ventured west to Worcester to compete in the basketball tournament, capturing the bronze medal before the weekend was over. The competition was fierce, with the battle for second place determined by a tie-break! The Hawks finished just behind the Cambridge Warriors and the Belmont Blue Devils with a record of 3-1-1 for the tournament.
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65. Special Olympics Print
Standing Tall was produced in March of 1997. All 1000 Limited Edition Reproductions were donated to the Special Olympics. 650 of the Limited Edition
"Standing Tall" was produced in March of 1997. All 1000 Limited Edition Reproductions were donated to the Special Olympics. 650 of the Limited Edition Reproductions were donated to the athletes and volunteers of the 26th Special Olympics that were held in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, from June 13 to 15, 1997. "Standing Tall" Details:
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Note: All reproductions and artist proofs were donated to the Special Olympics. Pricing: Limited Edition: Valued at $150.00 Artist Proofs: Valued at $250.00 Framing: Please contact us for framing details and pricing. For information on aquiring a copy of "Standing Tall", please contact us at Home Original Artwork Limited Edition ... words describing a concept:
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66. National Association Of Asian American Professionals In Phoenix
Affiliated with the National Association of Asian American Professionals (NAAAP), NAAAPPhoenix is a non-profit organization servicing its members,
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It's the small things in life that really matter. Yet it is the small things that we seem to take for granted in everyday life. Nowhere was this more clear to me than at this year's Special Olympics
I was there with the other members of NAAAP (National Association of Asian American Professionals ). We were supposedly volunteering, but really we were all learning these important small things. Learning that no matter which one of the athletes came out of the water first, they really were all winners.
But really everyone there was a winner that day. The athletes got to show their stuff, us volunteers were able to feel the pride that comes with helping others; and the families were able to have fun watching the competition.
Sure us NAAAP members only did the little things that day. Some were rushing by in a frenzy setting up all the water and ice for the contestants. Others were running around unloading trucks and handing out Oreos. Maybe NAAAP isn't saving the world, but isn't it the little things in life that make the biggest difference?

67. Honda - Community Involvement - Special Olympics Of Southern California
Special Olympics of Southern California Each year, the Special Olympics of Southern California holds their Summer Olympic Games for athletes throughout the

68. Booz Allen Hamilton | Booz & Company
Special Olympics. Conservation Volunteers Australia Our Leadership Our Clients and Our Work Mission and Values Worldwide Offices
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69. Premier Ed Stelmach Special Olympics Alberta Winter Games Opening
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February 23, 2007 Check Against Delivery Thank you and good evening everyone. I'm honoured to be part of these opening ceremonies because I have great respect for the Special Olympics program. I respect the program… and its incredible athletes… because of the spirit that lies at the heart of the Special Olympics. That spirit is simply having the courage to try. It's a lot tougher than it sounds. But Special Olympians take on the world everyday with the courage to try new things. They set high goals and go after them without hesitation… They challenge expectations and redefine what's possible. That doesn't just make them Special Olympians. It also makes them true Albertans. Every athlete here has worked hard and shown the determination it takes to earn a place at the 2007 Alberta Winter Games. And I know that determination will continue to show throughout this competition.

70. Image cms_showpic file=fileadmin%2Fexternalphotos%2Fspecial_olym 1k - Cached - Similar pages ABILITY Magazine Special Olympics World GamesThe Special Olympics is a world-wide sports movement founded by Eunice Kennedy Shriver, which provides year-round sports training and athletic competition

71. Community Programs - Special Olympics/Therapeutics - City Of Santa Monica
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Santa Monica Adaptive Recreation and Sports (SMARS) W stside Special Olympics Recreation and Sp orts Programs for People with Disabilities INFORMATION
March 2008 Calendar March 2008 Westsider SMARS Social Club SMARS Explorers Club Spring 2008 Athlete Sign-up Information Spring 2008 Volunteer Sign-up Information Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC) Westside Special Olympics (WSO) 310-458-2201, Ext. 2020 WSO - is a non profit, community based organization whose mission is to contribute to the physical, social and psychological development of people with intellectual disabilities through athletic experiences. WSO - is an officially accredited chapter of Special Olympics International (SOI) and Special Olympics Southern California (SOSC), sponsored by the City of Santa Monica and serving the greater West Los Angeles area.

72. Celebrities, Golfers Here This Weekend For Maine Special Olympic
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Celebrities, Golfers Here This Weekend For Maine Special Olympics Benefit Auction, Tournament
Sports celebrities will be arriving today and tomorrow for this weekend's Boothbay Charities Classic golf tournament and sports auction, to benefit Maine Special Olympics. Helping make this year's event a success will be: Eagles Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik, former PGA champion and New England/Maine/Pennsylvania Hall of Famer Al Biondi, University of Maine Hall of Fame football player Thurlow Cooper who was the first in the school's history to make it to the pros (Titans, Jets and Giants), Oakland Raider defensive lineman Ben Davidson, longtime Maine sportscaster Frank Fixaris, Maine Special Olympics program director and CEO assistant Phil Geelhoed, Cleveland Browns Hall of Fame quarterback Otto Graham, former women's amateur Maine golf champion Julie Green, Raiders/Colts Hall of Fame All-AFC Ted Hendricks, Pirates captain and Team Canada All Stars captain Kent Hulst, Pro Bowl quarterback Charlie Johnson of the Oilers and Broncos, Red Sox great Bill Lee, Bruins great Milt Schmidt. Also Ken Macafee of the world championship New York Giants, UMO hockey letterman Bruce Majors who was assistant coach of the national championship team, pro football Hall of Famer Don Maynard of the Jets, weather meteorologist and Made in Maine show host Lou McNally serves as sports auction co-auctioneer), UMO Hall of Famer Carl "Stump" Merrill who has coached and managed Yankees teams at all levels, TV8 sports anchor and reporter Steve Minick who is sports auction co-auctioneer, Miami Dolphins quarterback Earl Morrall who played on the only undefeated NFL team in history, Nissen Breads longtime sponsor Jay Nissen, Sugarloaf "mayor" Steve Pierce who directs the Special Olympics winter games, basketball co-captain Bob Deetjen of the 2001 Seahawks state championship team, Maine amateur golf champion Mark Plummer, Massachusetts Hall of Famer and national championship softball team coach Tim Walsh, and 2001 Maine Senior Open and club champion Lowell Watson.

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74. Special Olympics
It has all the pomp and pageantry of the international Olympics, and the athletes are no less competitive. More than 1000 people with developmental
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75. MUSC College Of Dental Medicine
dr. salinas and students at special olympics The College of Dental Medicine first launched its Special Smiles Dental Health Program at the South Carolina
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The College of Dental Medicine first launched its Special Smiles Dental Health Program at the South Carolina Special Olympics in 2001.The games bring together athletes with mental retardation from all over the state. The coordinator of the Special Smiles Dental Health Program is Dr. Carlos Salinas. Through the Special Olympics, Dr. Salinas recognized an opportunity to increase awareness for dental health issues in persons with mental retardation, their families and their coaches. This program also provides a rewarding experience for the dentists, dental students, dental hygienists and volunteers, and it's a learning experience for both patient and professional. The Special Smiles Program consists of giving oral dental health screenings to provide the athlete with a report card of oral health status. The project now numbers more than 100 sites in the United States and abroad.

76. 360 Degree Panoramas: Special Olympics Minnesota
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77. Special Olympics | Town Of Chapel Hill
Contact Information. Colleen Lanigan Special Olympics Coordinator 200 Plant Road Chapel Hill, NC 27514. (919) 9682787 x204
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Strollers, walkers and pets-on-a-leash are welcome! Special Olympics Chapel Hill/Orange County provides year-round athletic training and competition to persons 5 years and older with intellectual disabilities. Athletes are placed on teams with persons of similar ages and skill levels. No prior sports knowledge is necessary. There are no fees associated with Special Olympic programming, and some transportation assistance is available. Volunteers provide coaching instruction. Since athletes range in skill level from very low to very competitive, coaches may find a team that suits their own knowledge and skill. No prior sports knowledge is necessary, only enthusiasm, flexibility and a sense of humor. To register for athletic opportunities, please contact the Special Olympics CH/OC office at 968-2787, extension 204.

78. Robbins - Special Olympics
Special Olympics. Special Olympics, Incorporated. About Special Olympics Special Olympics is an international organization dedicated to empowering
Special Olympics, Incorporated About Special Olympics
Special Olympics is an international organization dedicated to empowering individuals with intellectual disabilities to become physically fit, productive and respected members of society through sports training and competition. Special Olympics offers children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round training and competition in 26 Olympic-type summer and winter sports. Special Olympics currently has over 60,000 donors who contribute $100 or more through the mail each year. Project
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As part of their multi-faceted national direct marketing program, the Winners Circle was a high dollar giving club for Special Olympics $100+ donors. Originally introduced in 1996 as a single campaign, this program had grown to a 3 part mailing series, contributing to a growing pool of $100+ donors. Objectives
The objective was to take this fairly mature high dollar program to the next level by building a stronger relationship with the donors. Obstacles
The biggest obstacle was the program’s success - and improving upon it!

79. Skate Canada Skating For Life Skate Canada Programs Special
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80. Special Olympics Ohio
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The mission of Special Olympics Ohio is to provide year-round sports training and competition opportunities for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
Special Olympics contributes to the physical, social, and psychological development of the athletes. Through successful experiences in sports, they gain confidence and build a positive self-image which carries over into the classroom, home, job and community.
The concept of Special Olympics began in the early 1960's when Eunice Kennedy Shriver started a day camp for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The first national meet was held at Soldier Field in Chicago in 1968 for 1,000 athletes from the United States and Canada. Shortly thereafter, Ohio began a Special Olympics program under the name of the Ohio Athletic Association. Special Olympics Ohio became incorporated in 1975. Today, there are Special Olympics programs in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and 150 different countries around the world.
Special Olympics Ohio has approximately 200 local member organizations and over 18,000 athletes who are in training and competition. These organizations originate from County Boards of MR/DD, public schools, developmental centers, parks and recreation departments, churches and parent and community groups.

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