Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on February 12, 1975 · Page 31
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 31

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iTHCFAMHYCHCUS By Nl Ktan* "This is my WRITE hand 'cause I write with it Mountain Home hosts Olympics MOUNTAIN HOME AFB The Air Force base and Ihe community of Mountain Home are co-hosting the Idaho Special Olympics Winter Games, Feb. 20, 21 and 22. Four hundred and fifty retarded and multiple handicapped people are expected to arrive from towns throughout Idaho for the competition. Local volunteer coaches and chaperones, plus coaches accompanying each team will increase the total .number of people participating in the Olympics to about 550. This will be the fifth winter state meet held in Idaho. Last year's winter games were held at Northwest Nazarene College, Nampa, with 400 contestants, and coaches. ; The base will provide the facilities for the actual competition, as well as the various clinics, designed to provide the Olympians with things to do when they aren't competing. ' The Olympic events, gym-' rtastics, and wrestling will be held in the base junior high school; basketball in the base gym, and swimming in the base indoor pool. The clinics include a Self- Concept Fair, bowling, arts and crafts, tours of the base, and "quiet games and activities in the base recreation center. There will also be a fire safety display by the base fire department. '· The three^ay state event will begin Thursday, Feb. 20, with registration for all contestants. The preliminary events are scheduled for Friday morning beginning with the opening ceremonies at 8:30 a.m. Following the opening ceremonies, p r e l i m i n a r y competition will start, continuing until 5 p.m. Friday night is exhibition night with demonstrations of , floor hockey, basketball, wrestling and gymnastics scheduled from 7 to 10 p.m. in the base gym. The finals in each area of competition are scheduled for Saturday, starling at 8:30 a.m., and ending around noon. Closing ceremonies will be in the base gym at 1 p.m. All Olympic events are open to the public. The air base is ten miles west of the town of Mountain Home. Awards will include first, second and third place medals and ribbons for fourth through seventh place. The participants compete with other people with similar abibty in each event- regardless of age. Lodging and most meals for the contestants will be provided by churches, civic centers and schools in Mountain Home. Local organizations will provide breakfasts for the group. According to Idaho Special Olympics Winter Games Director Toby Collinsworth, Special Olympics have grown since the first meet in Chicago's Soldier field in 1968, to include 50 states as well as every province of Canada, parts of France, and Puerto Rico. In 1974, more than 350,000 mentally retarded people participated in the local and regional games, internationally. An international meet is scheduled this year at Central Michigan University from Aug. 8 to 14. 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