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Helping Others Go the Xtra Mile: Regina Robinson empowers new friend at Boston 5K

Josiah and Regina from Special Olympics MA welcomed new friend Cathy into their Boston 5K group, supporting each other to the finish line. Regina went back to help Cathy finish, demonstrating the power of inclusivity and support!

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Boston Scientific Goes the Xtra Mile for Corporate Social Responsibility

Not often does one associate running 26.2 miles as part of a company’s philanthropic responsibility; but Boston Scientific employees are making their debut on the Special Olympics MA Xtra Mile Boston Marathon Team.

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How is Carlisle Chief of Police Andrew Amendola bringing together LETR, Polar Plunge, and Xtra Mile on ONE day!?

As a member of the 2024 Boston Marathon Xtra Mile Team, Chief Amendola is bringing an LETR sponsored Polar Plunge to his community as a fundraising initiative to support his run and simultaneously spread awareness.

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Meet the 2024 Boston Marathon Xtra Mile Team

Check out the 31 runners who will be representing Special Olympics MA in the 128th Boston Marathon.

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North Reading High School breaks the ice as first school to plunge in Bear Force One

North Reading High School was the first school in Massachusetts to sign on and participate in Special Olympics MA’s mobile plunge with Bear Force One—a fully equipped mobile plunge pool that can hold up to 2,800 gallons of water.

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Lieutenant LJ Jedrey hits the road to help Special Olympics MA reach $1 Million this Plunge season

LJ Jedrey, Andy Larose and Al Pires are headed to Michigan to retrieve an incredible, unique vehicle that will help Special Olympics MA on its road to $1 Million… the Bear Force One.

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Annual Celebration of Inclusion recognizes leaders who are propelling the mission of Special Olympics to new heights

This year’s Celebration of Inclusion took place on December 4th at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library and welcomed Special Olympics Massachusetts community members from across the state.

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Brave in the attempt: Why Amanda goes Over the Edge despite her fear

Despite having an intense fear of heights, Amanda Fowle has participated in Over the Edge for more than a decade to support Special Olympics athletes.

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20th Anniversary of Boston Bruins Foundation marks ongoing support for acceptance and inclusion

With this year marking the 100th anniversary for the Boston Bruins and 20th anniversary for the Bruins Foundation, Special Olympics MA is proud to be supported by such an iconic and inclusive organization

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Xtra Mile cycling team, Kevin’s Krewe gears up for Connecticut Valley Century Ride and hopes to double participation by next year

Kevin’s Krewe rides in the Connecticut Valley Century Ride (COVAC) as part of the Special Olympics Ma Xtra Mile, and has raised more than $20,000 this year.

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March was Madness for One Cape Cod Program

Special Olympics MA teams saw excitement on the court this season, especially the LIFE program which trained over 50 basketball athletes across four different teams!

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Lacing Up for Legacy: Johanna Lamoureux Joins the Xtra Mile in Memory of Uncle

Throughout Johanna’s training and fundraising for the Xtra Mile Boston Marathon team, she has felt her uncle’s presence along the way.

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Special Olympics MA Athletes Show Gratitude for State Senators and Reps for Supporting Inclusion

On Wednesday, March 27th, Special Olympics Massachusetts athletes, community members, and staff headed to the State House to thank Rep. Garballey and other State Senators and Representatives who have demonstrated ongoing support.