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Meet George Tseung, recipient of a Distinguished Service Award in 2014
Health was high on the agenda at the first event of the West Coast schools programme last month.
It was a day of firsts for many at Special Olympics Papakura’s inaugural open water swimming ‘Have A Go’ day last month.
Special Olympics Motueka ran a very special indoor bowling event, organised and run by the Club’s new coaches, Ian Mason and Liz Sheehan.
Six long-serving South Taranaki volunteers will be awarded with top honours next week, when Special Olympics South Taranaki presents its 2014 Club Service Awards to volunteers who have provided more than a decade of service to the Club
People with intellectual disabilities on the West Coast will receive free hearing tests and ear examinations at next week’s Special Olympics West Coast schools programme swim meet, as part of Special Olympics New Zealand’s Healthy Athletes® initiative
Special Olympics Howick-Pakuranga was thrilled at its successful application in for $10,000 from the Auckland Airport 12 Days of Christmas promotion in December!
History was made at the first Special Olympics New Zealand event of 2015 in Manawatu, with the inaugural Level Two Special Olympics Unified Sports golf event attracting eight players from Hutt Valley, Hawkes Bay and Manawatu.
Special Olympics Whangarei is giving athletes with intellectual disabilities in the rural community of Dargaville greater access to sport and recreation opportunities with the establishment and development of a satellite group in the small Northland town
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