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Letter: Thanks for Special Olympics support

6:03 PM, Mar. 8, 2013  |  Comments
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Editor: Marshfield Special Olympics is going through some changes. As with any organization, change happens to see them grow. Thank you Janice Moen and Shelly Sebold for the past years as co-managers. You gave a lot of talent and time.

They chose to step down and let someone else take the lead. Thank you to Randy Follen and Deb Devetio for taking on the task of manager and co-manager. This is not an easy task, and it doesn't happen overnight, it takes months to years to really grasp it all. We are fortunate to have people from the district we can count on to help make this transaction smooth.

Thank you to the past groups who have helped Special Olympics earn money to keep it going - Rotary Winter Wonderland, Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive, Eagles breakfast with Santa, Bakerville Snowrovers Fun Run and Rose Bowl fundraiser. I'm sure there are many more that helped with the same goal in mind.

To you the public, thank you for all you do to support these people. You are wonderful. To keep these sports going for the developmentally disabled is worth everything when you see the smiles, cheering, hugs and anything else that goes on. They are proud of what they can do and you should be proud of what they have accomplished. It's wonderful.

Jean Multerer

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