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Special Olympics

Special Olympics
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  • Paddleboard champ feels at home on the water

    Paddleboard champ feels at home on the water
    South Florida is the ideal place to live for those who love the water, and Victoria Burgess takes advantage of all the opportunities the area offers. The Pompano Beach resident's first love is surfing, but she's also into free-diving, lobstering,...
  • Guide to Blue-White weekend at Penn State

    Guide to Blue-White weekend at Penn State
    Penn State has packed a busy schedule for Blue-White weekend, including the annual spring football game. Here's a guide to the weekend. SATURDAY'S BLUE-WHITE GAME SCHEDULE 8 a.m.: Beaver Stadium parking lots open 9 a.m.-1 p.m.: Blue-White Family Fun...
  • Lake Highland playoff lacrosse moved to Friday

    Lake Highland playoff lacrosse moved to Friday
    Lake Highland's boys lacrosse region final, originally scheduled for Saturday, will be at 7 Friday night at undeefeated Lithia Newsome. Highlanders coach Chris Spaulding said the game was changed because it conflicted with Newsome's prom. Lake...
  • Broward County Calendar

      Through Monday, May 4 Exhibit: "Visual Concerto" Weston Art Guild The art exhibit features work from the Weston Art Guild. City of Pembroke Pines Glass Gallery, 10100 Pines Blvd. 954-961-6067 or http://www.ppines.com/glassgallery Thursday,...
  • Millersville/Crownsville: RISE-ing to help families cope with autism

    Millersville/Crownsville: RISE-ing to help families cope with autism
    When Cheryl Antlitz's 18-month-old child was diagnosed with autism, she yearned to find every resource possible to help her child grow and learn. There wasn't much to grab onto. "I went to years of medical conferences and workshops to better support...
  • Illinois may limit specialty license plates

    Illinois currently offers 109 different specialty license plates for vehicles. There are plates with different designs and often different colors for Autism Awareness, Ducks Unlimited, Prevent Violence, Hearing Impaired, Illinois Fraternal Order of...
  • Free coffee at Wawa today

    Free coffee at Wawa today
    Wawa, the convenience store and gas station that has been called the "Macy's of convenience stores" by at least one fan, is offering free coffee today. The free coffee give-away goes for any size cup all day long to mark their "Happy Wawa Day!"...
  • Special Olympics Torch Run to impact Broward traffic Thursday

    Special Olympics Torch Run to impact Broward traffic Thursday
    Expect lane closures along State Road A1A and Federal Highway Thursday as Special Olympians and about 300 law enforcement officers from around Broward take part in a 32-mile torch relay to raise awareness and funds for the Special Olympics. The Torch...
  • Special Olympics athletes, supporters enjoy thrill of Spring Games

    The cheers of fans and family rang out across the Westminster High School track as 187 Carroll County Special Olympians paraded around the field during opening ceremonies on Wednesday. In all, Olympians from 30 schools took part in this year's Spring...
  • Woycik: Special evening for special folks

    Monday was a special evening at the Radisson on Monday in Merrillville. Thanks to the kind invitation from Herb at InPact, our young people involved in Special Olympics enjoyed a delightful evening filled with fun and laughter. InPact is an agency that...
  • Tracey Leigh HolzerFebruary 2, 1963 - April 6, 2015

      Tracey was born and raised in Glendale and attended Avon-Oakgrove School in La Canada.  She spent most of her adult life living in Hamilton House group home in Glendale and worked at the Campbell Center Workshop.   Tracey loved to dance, bowl and...