Thursday, 24 May 2012

Special Olympics re-opens in Central Western NSW

From the Central Western Daily, good news for people with intellectual disabilities looking for sporting activities and opportunities in the Central West of NSW:

The central west branch of Special Olympics NSW is back in business and last Sunday held an open day in a bid to boost numbers ahead of the next World Games in Los Angeles in 2015.

Special Olympics central west region has been out of action for the past 12 months but with the help of Orange City Council, which has donated close to $3500 for equipment and uniforms, the organisation is back and looking for athletes.


.... read Nick McGrath's full report, Ready to take on the world, here.



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