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    Hundreds attended the 2017 Special Olympics Spring Regional Games at Cuesta College on Friday, May 5. Athletes of various ages competed in events ranging from walk/runs to the softball toss.

Hundreds attended the 2017 Special Olympics Spring Regional Games at Cuesta College on Friday, May 5. Athletes of various ages competed in events ranging from walk/runs to the softball toss. Laura Dickinson The Tribune
Hundreds attended the 2017 Special Olympics Spring Regional Games at Cuesta College on Friday, May 5. Athletes of various ages competed in events ranging from walk/runs to the softball toss. Laura Dickinson The Tribune

Special Olympians shine in games at Cuesta College

May 05, 2017 05:03 PM

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