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Spring Special Olympics held in Bulloch County

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BULLOCH CO., GA (WTOC) -

Friday marked the biggest day of spring for dozens of Bulloch County students. 

Roughly 100 students took part in the county's Special Olympics Spring Games. The events included foot races as well as adapted versions of other traditional track events. The games bring students from all elementary, middle, and high schools in the county. Organizers say students look forward to this each year. 

"We have events that are geared to these students and allows them to maximize their abilities," said Gavin Colquitt, Special Education Teacher. 

In addition to the athletes and their teachers, nearly 100 other students volunteered to assist the competitors. 

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