Special Olympics Winter Games Return to Rochester
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Special Olympics New York is back for the 2013 State Winter Games.
The Winter Games is one of three annual state games bringing in more than 650 athletes and coaches from across the state.
The Winter State Games is an opportunity for these athletes to learn confidence as well as showcase their talents.
"One of my job coaches suggested I try Special Olympics. That was one of the best suggestions of my life. I learned so much about how to be part of a team and just how important it is to do your best," said Cori Piels, Special Olympic athlete.
Volunteers are needed to fill key roles in support of the Winter Games competitions:
- Staff the following sports venues: Cross skiing & alpine skiing, figure skating, floor hockey, snowshoeing.
- Set up/break down sports venues, and distribute lunch, and water to athletes and coaches.
- Support our Opening Ceremonies
- Be fans in the stands at Opening Ceremonies at sports venues, cheering the athletes on to victory.
You can register online here.