Special Olympic bowlers hit the Houston lanes

Special Olympics wrapped up last week after meeting every week in Houston with bowlers from Houston, Burns Lake and Smithers.

Special Olympics wrapped up with a party last week. The Club has been meeting at the Pleasant Valley Plaza every Wednesday since September

Special Olympics wrapped up with a party last week. The Club has been meeting at the Pleasant Valley Plaza every Wednesday since September, with four Houston bowlers, one from Smithers, and 20 from Burns Lake.

Walking into the bowling lanes, it’s obvious how much everyone enjoys the bowling, laughter and high-fives at the program. Special Olympics is organized by Coach Jeannie Cramer, who has been running it in Houston for the last three years.

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