Friday, June 1, 2012

Special Olympics of North Dakota


If you want to enjoy the true spirit of competition where individuals compete but understand that sports is more about being together, giving it your best and cheering on all who participate, then you belong at the North Dakota’s Special Olympics at Fargo Davies High School. Erica and I are extremely excited to help volunteer and cheer on some of the biggest champions of our state. The big weekend will begin with a bang…. literally! Tonight there will be a fireworks show open to the public and free of charge. Then Saturday morning, the event kicks off with Opening Ceremony and Parade of Athletes at 9:30 at the football field followed by competition in track and field events. This year there is extra motivation to fill up the stands of the Davies stadium on Saturday. Not only are we acknowledging and supporting the amazing athletes competing, but we are celebrating the 40 years of Special Olympics in North Dakota and the 15 years Fargo has hosted the summer games. Stop by anytime as all the events are free and open to everyone!

Please see the link below to find out more details!

Thank you,
Ashley Voigt