One Woman’s Vision Becomes a Global Movement
When Eunice Kennedy Shriver founded Special Olympics in 1968 and hosted the first World Games at Chicago’s Soldier Field, she took a rebellious stand against the injustices faced by people with intellectual disabilities. She faced seemingly insurmountable obstacles and yet never wavered in her steadfast belief that every person deserves to be treated with respect and to have an opportunity to be included…
Freezin’ For A Reason!
Special Olympics Vermont will partner with Stratton Mountain to present the 2017 Special Olympics Vermont Penguin Plunge on March 25. A popular event among the Special Olympics movement around the world, people have been freezin’ for a reason in Vermont for more than 20 years…