Tuesday, 01 May 2007 01:00
Special OlympicsWritten by John Sepulvado
This year’s 35th annual Special Olympics games were held at the University of South Florida in Tampa. They cost 350 thousand dollars. There are more than 2000 Florida athletes, competing in six events with one mission: To win.
Organizers say it was a tremendous success. And to keep the games successful and competitive in the future, state Special Olympics officials tell local chapters they better diversify their funding sources. John Sepulvado reports.