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Volunteers needed to help with Special Olympics Spring Games

Waterloo Region will host the competition in May
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Some of the athletes who will be competing in the games. Photo from Waterloo Regional Police

If you have some time to spare in May, you may want to consider signing up as a volunteer for the 2020 Special Olympics Spring Games.

Waterloo Regional Police will host the games from May 21-23.

The competition will bring more than 2,500 athletes, coaches, staff and volunteers to the region.

Athletes will compete in basketball, swimming, rhythmic gymnastics, powerlifting and 10-pin bowling.

The police service is looking for around 500 volunteers. You can help out in the following areas:

  • Scorekeeping and timekeeping
  • Referees and linespeople
  • Venue set-up and tear-down
  • Opening and closing ceremonies
  • Hospitality

More information can be found here.

You must be at least 16 years of age to volunteer - children aged 10 to 15 may volunteer with a parent/guardian in the Family Volunteer Program. 

Earlier this week, KitchenerToday.com featured powerlifter Marley Gayler.




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