Athletes ready to shine at 2019 Summer Games
Nearly 1,800 athletes and Unified partners are ready to show off their skills at the 2019 Special Olympics North Carolina Summer Games May 31 – June 2. Competition will take place in seven sports at various Raleigh-area locations.
Flame of Hope travels across the state
Law enforcement personnel are carrying the Flame of Hope across North Carolina in advance of the 2019 SONC Summer Games. The Flame of Hope will travel through communities prior to arriving at the Opening Ceremony on May 31. Find a relay leg near you and cheer on the law enforcement officers!
High school graduation is right around the corner!
Want to stay involved with Special Olympics in college? Check out this map to see if your college campus has a Special Olympics College Club. If your campus is not involved, be the one to introduce Unified College programming and make a difference in your community! Contact UnifiedSchools@sonc.net
for more information.
Special Olympics athletes receive free health screenings
Nearly 750 athletes received free sports physicals and health screenings this spring. Health screenings included hearing, vision, health promotion and physical therapy. The 2019 SONC Summer Games will offer six health screenings that will be available for participating athletes. Learn how you can get involved!
Guilford/High Point athletes highlighted by FOX8
Special Olympics Guilford/High Point’s softball team is ready to shine at the 2019 SONC Summer Games and recently got to show off their skills for FOX8. View the full story here.