Special Olympics hold track and field events amid Calif. budget woes

04/25/2010 | Monterey County Herald (Calif.), The

Some 650 students with special needs from schools across California's Monterey County participated in events such as running, standing long jump and shot put at a Special Olympics competition held Friday. "I trained very hard every day," said one student with autism who competed in the one-mile run. The existence of Special Olympics programs in California schools is being threatened by statewide budget shortages.

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