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Support the Special Olympics School Day Games

by Pat Montain
February 27, 2018

Special Olympics School Day Games are coming to the Medway Middle School on Friday, March 23, 2018. This year’s games will focus on soccer. Everyone can be a part of this special occasion by participating in a Chipotle fund raiser and/or attending the Special Olympics School Day Games and cheering on our Holliston student athletes.

Purchase food at Chipotle, located at 5 Franklin Village in Franklin, on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Place orders between 4-8 pm.  Inform the cashier of your support of the Special Olympics School Day Games/Medway and fifty percent of the proceeds will be donated to the games.

 

This is the fifth year of the Special Olympics School Day Games.  Participating towns include Holliston, Medway, Millis, Ashland, and Medfield. Thirty-two Holliston students will be participating this year. Holliston is consistently represented by the largest number of student athletes compared to the other four towns at this event.  Holliston student athletes are currently training for this year’s event.  Soccer skills they are honing include: dribbling, passing, and shooting on goal.

Be a part of the Special Olympics excitement by participating in the Chipotle fundraiser on Tuesday, February 27th.  Holliston student athletes will appreciate your support!

Next year Holliston will be hosting the Special Olympics School Day Games!

 

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