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Special Olympics Oklahoma prepares for busy fall and winter

by Michael Polzella
Special Olympics Oklahoma

With students back in the classroom, sports and other extracurricular activities, including the Special Olympics, are kicking back up. Special Olympics Oklahoma has a number of events lined up for individuals with disabilities to participate in this fall and winter. From bocce and bowling to basketball and volleyball, there’s something for every single athlete.

Additionally, there will be a number of fundraising events across the state, such as Tip-A-Cop and fundraising for the Polar Plunges will begin. So show your support by attending one of the events, or donate online by checking out the Special Olympics Oklahoma website.

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