Hall County Hosts Georgia Special Olympics for the First Time

Gainseville, GA–Special people playing some special games. For the first time, the Georgia Special Olympics was hosted by Hall county. Approximately 2,000 people attended the event, which included sports such as bocce ball, softball, and cycling. Will Crain, a participant in the Georgia Special Olympics, plays five sports and teaches us a valuable lesson in coming back strong after losing Saturday then winning with Gold on Sunday. More updates to come later.

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