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Special Olympians golfers teeing off at Redwoods

Special Olympics Langley has teamed up with the Redwoods Golf Course for a new program.

Every Tuesday night, a dozen golfers will get the chance to hone their skills on the Redwoods’ golf course driving range at Redwoods from 7 to 8:15 p.m.

The program runs until June 26.

More than 3,500 athletes participate in Special Olympics BC sports programs in 55 communities across the province. Special Olympics BC has provided high-quality sports programs and competitors to meet the needs and interests of individuals with intellectual disabilities, enriching lives, and celebrating personal achievement through positive sport experiences; offering year-round programs in 18 different sports, as well as local, provincial, national, and international competitive opportunities.

Langley will host the 2013 Special Olympics in July 2013.

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