Blog Posts - Special Olympics



NO PHYSICAL OR MENTAL BARRIER CAN RESTRAIN THE POWER OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT

JFK+50:  Volume 6, No. 2005EUNICE KENNEDY SHRIVER BORN 95 YEARS AGO TODAYBrookline, Massachusetts (JFK+50) The sister of President John F. Kennedy and the fifth child of Ambassador Joseph P. and Rose F. Kennedy, Eunice Kennedy Shriver*, was...
by JFK+50 on Jul 10, 2016

SPECIAL OLYMPICS AND DANDELIONS

What a weekend!!  Our daughter competed in Special Olympics yesterday (Sunday) and what a day that was!  She got Gold in the softball throw and talk about being excited....She was Over the Moon excited! ***************************************...
by Two Salves and an Oil on Apr 25, 2016

Watch 14th Special Olympics Games 2015 Live Stream on HD TV

watch 14th Special Olympics Games 2015 Live just follow our streaming link. You can watch this match up from home with your family if you don’t have enough time to visit the stadium,Just turn on your pc/laptop/PC Mac and Iphone Ipad then watch...
by online soft pro on Jul 26, 2015

Coca-Cola Invites the World to Reach up and Support the Special Olympics World Games 2015 Los Angeles

Atlanta, June 15, 2015 – This summer, Los Angeles will welcome 7,000 inspirational athletes from 177 different countries to the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games. Supporting children and adults with intellectual disabilities, the World Games...
by Spaced Out Magazine on Jun 18, 2015

Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run Kick-Off Ceremony to be Held in Alexandria

Join Special Olympics Virginia as they officially light the “Flame of Hope” at the Law Enforcement Torch Run Kick-Off Ceremony in Alexandria, VA this week.
by Red Brick Town on May 20, 2015

Avril Lavigne Releases “Fly” Music Video for Special Olympics

Just yesterday Avril Lavigne came out with a new song “Fly” which we thought to about her fighting Lyme disease, which she had been suffering for quite a while. She is doing well now, thankfully. The lyrics of “Fly” is so insp...
by Just Random Things on Apr 17, 2015

Interview with Josh Truxton, Author of “Alex, Peanut Butter, and Me”

What is your book about? The underlying theme of Alex, Peanut Butter, and Me is that sometimes the most insignificant act inflict the gravest wound. Recently divorced, Phil Hayes, marries the woman of his dreams, but a year later he stands at her gra...
by Pat Bertram Introduces . . . on Mar 19, 2015

P&G With NTUC Fair Price Support Special Olympics Unified Sports

Everyone heard of Olympics, but have you heard of the Special Olympics?Special Olympics, is an international organization that changes lives by encouraging and empowering people with intellectual disabilities, promoting acceptance for all, and foster...
by {+} miwitch {+} on Jun 1, 2014

KENNEDY-SHRIVER WEDDING

KENNEDY-SHRIVER WEDDING 61 YEARS AGO New York City (JFK+50) Eunice Kennedy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Kennedy, Sr. and sister of Massachusetts Senator John F. Kennedy,  was married to Robert Sargent Shriver, Jr. 61 years ago today,...
by JFK+50 on May 23, 2014

Woodstock 5K In Anniston 2013

The Woodstock 5K was a huge success as over 1,000 people ran the event in its 33rd year, and the humidity was down this year!  The event is organized by the Anniston Runners Club and all proceeds went to the United Cerebral Palsy and … Con...
by Geek Alabama on Aug 5, 2013

Doors opening

Lately, Anna has had opportunities become available to her that would have been difficult to agree to if she had not had her transplant. Her CI classroom is going for an overnight trip to Mackinac Island during the first week of June.  If she w...
by Our Transplant Journey on May 13, 2013

Doors opening

Lately, Anna has had opportunities become available to her that would have been difficult to agree to if she had not had her transplant. Her CI classroom is going for an overnight trip to Mackinac Island during the first week of June.  If she w...
by Our Transplant Journey on May 13, 2013

Ethan and the Special Olympics

 I couldn't be happier and more proud of Ethan.  Last week, he was selected to participate in the Eastern Pennsylvania Special Olympics Games.   How incredibly cool is... Click to read more on my blog!
by Welcome to the Mouse House on Apr 30, 2013

The Special Olympics

I had two athletes in the Special Olympics this year, and that was enough reason to take the time off of work, and to take the oldest boy out of school. When your children are Special Needs, there aren't Holiday Plays (nee Christmas Plays) and school...
by Live From The Wang of America on Apr 27, 2013

Another Step Toward Our New Normal

When we got Anna's transplant call, she was just a few weeks into the Special Olympics soccer season.  She was disappointed she had to miss the rest of the season and being able to attend the State Soccer Games.  Today she had her first tra...
by Our Transplant Journey on Apr 13, 2013

Another Step Toward Our New Normal

When we got Anna's transplant call, she was just a few weeks into the Special Olympics soccer season.  She was disappointed she had to miss the rest of the season and being able to attend the State Soccer Games.  Today she had her first tra...
by Our Transplant Journey on Apr 13, 2013

We’re All Booked Up This Spring

Connor decided he wants to play soccer.  This was a surprise to us, because we’ve tried to explore sports with him over the last couple of years, but he hasn’t been interested. We’ve visited Tai Kwon Do classes. We’ve visited...

We’re All Booked Up This Spring

Connor decided he wants to play soccer.  This was a surprise to us, because we’ve tried to explore sports with him over the last couple of years, but he hasn’t been interested. We’ve visited Tai Kwon Do classes. We’ve visited...

Scentsy Special Olympics Charitable Cause Warmer Champion

Scentsy’s Special Olympics Charitable Cause Warmer: Champion Champion is a special warmer for a beloved cause – Special Olympics. Since 1968, this movement has helped millions of children and... This is a content summary, visit my website f...

London Olympics 2012: Pakistani swimmer Anum Bandey breaks national record, bows out

Anum Bandey broke her Pakistan record at the Aquatic Centre in London today, competing in the Women’s 400m Individual Medley, but bowed out of the Olympic Games after falling short of a place in the final.


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