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Special Olympics Montana

Tip-A-Cop to benefit Special Olympics Montana

Local law enforcement officials will spend part of Saturday serving customers at the Red Robin restaurant on Grand Avenue to raise money for Special Olympics Montana.

October 09, 2014 5:00 pmLoading…
Rappellers getting ready to go Over the Edge

Rappellers getting ready to go Over the Edge

Wearing a gorilla suit, John Parkes rappelled off the First Interstate Bank Tower in Billings with his 83-year-old mother Mimi in 2012. And this year they're doing it again.

August 21, 2014 6:00 am Photos

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Special Olympics to again send rappellers down First Interstate building

Special Olympics to again send rappellers down First Interstate building

Special Olympics Montana has a simple question to ask for this year's annual Over the Edge fundraiser.

July 08, 2014 2:30 pmLoading…
Billings Special Olympics basketball team takes bronze at national games

Billings Special Olympics basketball team takes bronze at national games

When the Special Olympics Montana basketball team from Billings returns this weekend after a week of competition at the Special Olympics 2014 USA Games in New Jersey, the 10 members' and three coaches' luggage will be just a little heavier.

June 20, 2014 6:00 pmLoading…
Special Olympics Montana team on a roll, 2-0 at games so far

Special Olympics Montana team on a roll, 2-0 at games so far

There hasn’t been much downtime in the past few days for the Billings-based Special Olympics Montana basketball squad competing against teams from around the nation in this week’s Special Olympics 2014 USA Games in Princeton, N.J.

June 17, 2014 6:30 pmLoading…

Billings woman wins new truck in Special Olympics raffle

Amanda Minchew, of Billings, is the grand prize winner in Special Olympics Montana’s 2014 Charter Chevy Raffle.

May 26, 2014 2:12 pmLoading…
'It's bittersweet:' Special Olympics summer games wrap up 3 years in Billings

'It's bittersweet:' Special Olympics summer games wrap up 3 years in Billings

LAUREL — The third and final day of the final year for the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games' three-year stop in Billings brought mixed emotions for the thousands of people who organized, volunteered at and competed in them.

May 16, 2014 3:00 pm Photos

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Gold, silver and bronze medals

Gold, silver and bronze medals

Gold, silver and bronze medals from the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games.

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Jesse Allen Brown of Kalispell

Jesse Allen Brown of Kalispell

Special Olympics athlete Jesse Allen Brown of Kallispell dances to "YMCA" during the closing ceremonies of the state summer games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:19 pmLoading…
Jena Lawson and Billings police chief Rich St. John

Jena Lawson and Billings police chief Rich St. John

Special Olympics athlete Jena Lawson of Great Falls and Billings Police Chief Rich St. John parade the torch during the closing ceremonies of the state summer games at Laurel High School.

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Danny Selph spins chaperone Balinda Hodges

Danny Selph spins chaperone Balinda Hodges

Special Olympics athlete Danny Selph of Lewistown spins chaperon Balinda Hodges as they dance after the closing ceremonies of the state summer games at Laurel High School.

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John Cole Barnes of Billings

John Cole Barnes of Billings

John Cole Barnes of Billings smiles as he nears the finish line of the 25 meter assisted walk during the state summer games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:19 pmLoading…
Bob Norbie

Bob Norbie

Bob Norbie, president and CEO of Special Olympics Montana, center, participates in a pit crew challenge during the closing ceremonies of the state summer games at Laurel High School.

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Athlete Brandy Wilson of Anaconda

Athlete Brandy Wilson of Anaconda

Athlete Brandy Wilson of Anaconda celebrates on the medal stand at the Special Olympics Montana State Summer Games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:18 pmLoading…
Special Olympics torch

Special Olympics torch

Special Olympics athlete Jena Lawson of Great Falls and Missoula Police Chief Mike Brady take the torch from Billings representatives during the closing ceremonies of the state summer games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:18 pmLoading…
Dixie Penn of Huntley Project

Dixie Penn of Huntley Project

Special Olympics athlete Dixie Penn of Huntley Project is congratulated after an awards ceremony at the state summer games at Laurel High School.

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Emma Thomas gets a high-five

Emma Thomas gets a high-five

Emma Thomas, 9, held by her mother Tarra, gets a high-five from her father, Willie, after completing her race at the Special Olympics state summer games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:19 pmLoading…
Kris Boothe of Malta

Kris Boothe of Malta

Special Olympics athlete Kris Boothe of Malta gets a high-ten from volunteer Jerry Benge of the U.S. Border Patrol during the medal ceremonies at the state summer games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:19 pmLoading…
Students from St. Francis Primary School

Students from St. Francis Primary School

Students from St. Francis Primary School cheer on athletes Allison Heyneman, center left in black, and Casey Curl, 2, from their adopted team, the Absarokee Huskies, with coach Rebekah Barbour, center right in black, during the state summer games at Laurel High School.

May 16, 2014 12:19 pmLoading…
Special Olympics games bring out competition, camaraderie in athletes

Special Olympics games bring out competition, camaraderie in athletes

Kandace Faller and Kady Griffith stood on a busy thoroughfare on the grass of the Rocky Mountain College practices fields, holding out their hands to dozens of passers-by.

May 15, 2014 5:30 pm Photos

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