Special Athletes Need Funding to Train, Compete
The Fulton County Schools Special Olympics program is raising money for the program.
More than 600 athletes with special needs–including students at Alpharetta High, Indepdence High, New Prospect, Lake Windward and Alpharetta Elementary schools–need funds for training and to attend competitions.
The Fulton County Schools Special Olympics program is running a capital campaign to raise money to pay for training and competitions held throughout the school year. Athletes in the Fulton County Schools program train for and compete in bowling; bocce; softball; volleyball; basketball; tennis and athletics.
Special Olympians from Haynes Bridge; Holcomb Bridge; Hopewell Middle; Elkins Point; Independence High School; Roswell High School; Centennial High School; Alpharetta High School; Sweet Apple; Woodland Charter; New Prospect, Mimosa; Abbott's Hill; Lake Windward Elementary and Alpharetta Elementary train for eight weeks prior to each competition.
To make a donation or to purchase a T-shirt; hat or rubber bracelet, email Maureen Wales.