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Several weeks ago we received news that Keisha Rout had been nominated to go to Seattle, Washington as a Special Olympics 2018 track athlete. Well that nomination has come true. Keisha has been selected to be on the track team. She will attend one (maybe two) athletic camps in Bloomington prior to the 2018 event. Transportation and cost of these camps would be paid by Special Olympics. After completion of camp she would then fly to Seattle, Washington with other athletes and some Special Olympic coaches from this area that she will meet at camp. Airfare and all expenses again will be paid by Special Olympics and all she would need would be spending money. Keisha has never been on an airplane and is very excited about it. My guess is she will fly out of O’Hare in Chicago. I told her to get a window seat and enjoy every minute of the flight. Congratulations, Keisha! 

Four men from Elm City Center, Gary Crawley, Eldon Dixon, Travis Hamm and Vincent Lobby traveled to Bismarck, North Dakota with the Wolverine’s Slow-Pitch Softball Team to participate in an Invitational Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament on August 18, 19 and 20, 2017.  The tournament consists of 32 teams from across the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. The Wolverine’s consists of players from the Jacksonville area as well as Decatur, Lewistown, Beardstown and Greenfield.  They are sponsored by Pathway Services and sanctioned through the Illinois Special Olympics.  Elm City Center supports the local Special Olympics by providing practice sites for Special Olympics Softball as well as Soccer.  Good luck to these athletes as they represent Illinois!

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