On Sunday (25 June), more than 120 golfers participating in the Special Olympics competed at the Stone Creek Golf Club located in Oregon City. The golfers battled against others who possessed abilities roughly equivalent to their own in separate divisions.
The next regional golf tournament scheduled for the summer will take place at Meadow Lakes in Prineville on July 22. This tournament is the first of two regional golf tournaments scheduled for the summer.
Special Olympics Oregon’s Mark Hanken told that the organization provides three seasons of athletics, bocce, golf, and softball training and competitions.
Do you know that the Oregon Senate passed House Bill 2572, which focuses on preventing armed activity that violates constitutional rights and significantly interferes with government functions or legitimate law enforcement authority, as well as establishing a civil cause of action to assist ordinary Oregonians who have been harmed by paramilitary activity in seeking justice:
In June and July, Special Olympics Oregon will host eleven regional competitions throughout the state, including Ashland, Albany, Hillsboro, and McMinnville. Complete information can be found on the Special Olympics Oregon website.
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