Cheering volunteers sought
More than 1,400 Special Olympics athletes from throughout Virginia will convene in the Richmond region June 8-9 to participate in the Special Olympics Virginia Summer Games, and organizers are seeking volunteers to cheer at the events.
Athletes will be competing in tennis, powerlifting, swimming, bowling, track and field and softball competitions during the event. Organizers hope to pack venues to provide the athletes with the true feeling of competition and support.
To register, visit http://www.volunteer2cheer.com Fans .who sign up also have the chance to win prizes, including an Amazon Fire Tablet, Kings Dominion tickets, $100 Kroger gift cards and Sweet Frog treats. Like the Special Olympics on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/SpecialOlympicsVirginia for prize details.
Summer Games, presented by Comcast, Hardee’s, Sheetz, Rising Up Sports and the University of Richmond, is the largest of seven state-level competitions offered by Special Olympics Virginia.
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