Special Olympics athletes in action


Preble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.


Preble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.


Preble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.

Preble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.

Preble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_soe4.jpgPreble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.

Preble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.
http://registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_soe5.jpgPreble County Commissioner Chris Day gives a Preble County Special Olympics athlete a “high five” as he nears the finish line during a race at the annual SO games held on Saturday, May 7, at Twin Valley South’s athletic facilities. The global theme for Special Olympics is “Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.” Approximately 60 area athletes braved the competition in various events, which included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. Watch for additional photos and coverage of this year’s event in an upcoming edition of The Register-Herald.
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