Thank you to everyone who attended the 2016 Special Olympics Louisiana Reveal the Champion Breakfast presented by the Louisiana River Pilots’ Association this morning!
These guests were asked to Reveal the Champion in themselves and in our Special Olympics Louisiana athletes. This event is one of Special Olympics’ annual campaigns. Participants were invited to a breakfast that raised awareness and engaged the community by showcasing some of the unique programs Special Olympics Louisiana has to offer. Thank you to all of our sponsors and guests on making the event a great success!
You are invited to the Special Olympics Louisiana Reveal the Champion Breakfast presented by the Louisiana River Pilots’ Association!
We are asking you to Reveal the Champion in yourself and in our Special Olympics Louisiana athletes. This event is Special Olympics’ annual campaign. Participants are invited to a breakfast that will raise awareness and engage the community by showcasing some of the unique programs Special Olympics Louisiana has to offer.
You will meet our athletes and hear their stories of how Special Olympics transforms lives every day. You will find yourself relating to our coaches, partners, volunteers and management team members and leave wanting to get involved. Feel free to bring a friend and join us to see how Special Olympics reveals the champion in all of us!
Join us for the 2016 St. Tammany Champions Together Breakfast on May 5th!
7:00 AM – 8:30 AM
Benedict’s Plantation 1144 N. Causeway Blvd., Mandeville, LA 70471
Click here for more information or call us to reserve a spot 800.345.6644.
Special Olympics New Jersey athletes are featured on a commemorative Wheaties Box. The box is available exclusively at ShopRite locations in honor of the upcoming 2014 Special Olympics USA Games. New Jersey basketball athlete Michael Reed is featured on the front of the box and several other SO USA Games athletes are on the back. Read the full release here
Special Olympics Louisiana staff member and previous athlete, Glenn Drude, Jr. was recognized today by Options, Inc. for his outstanding work in Special Olympics Louisiana. He was honored at a breakfast this morning along with several other individuals with intellectual disabilities in the community who have been employed for several years. Glenn currently holds the title as the individual who has been serving the community the longest, 26 years! Glenn is the Office Assistant here at the Special Olympics Louisiana State Office and does a variety of jobs. We are proud of his accomplishment and honored to have him in our family.
In the midst of Albuquerque, New Mexico lies one of the most family friendly restaurants you will ever find. Tim’s place is a restaurant ran by owner Tim Harris who has down syndrome. His dream of owning a restaurant came true and is now known around the country for his great food and even better hugs.