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October 23, 2013

Catoosa Special Olympics receives invite to 2014 USA Games

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CLAREMORE —

The Catoosa Special Olympics team is made up of nine high school students. 
When the team arrives in New Jersey, the athletes will participate in two scrimmages where they will be rated and place in a division where all of the teams are equally matched.
Gibson said 12 total unified flag football teams from across the country, were selected to compete in the USA Games.
“We are very proud of our Special Olympics program,” said Rick Kibbe, Catoosa Public Schools superintendent. 
“The teachers, coaches, volunteers and of course the wonderful athletes work very hard to make this program meaningful and rewarding for themselves, their families and the Catoosa community.”
 

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