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Special Olympics PEI
Ms Mmane Boikanyo
Special Olympics welcomes applications for volunteer sport officials for the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles California, 24 July – 2 August 2015. The application deadline is July 1.
Victor L. Brown
Victor L. Brown of Special Olympics Jamaica will take part in a training clinic in Austria to learn more about the sport of floorball and how to bring it back to Jamaica as a sport that can be played in teams that mix people with and without intellectual disabilities.
Caitlynn Cantrell and Stanley Stimson
On January 30th 2013 we got to go to the Gangneung sports venue. While we were there we got the awesome opurtunity to meet up with many World Winter Games Athletes.
University of Miami Volunteer
University of Miama volunteer