NORWAY – Volunteers from the Oxford County Special Olympics sold hot dogs, hamburgers, french fries and soda at the Norway Summer Arts Festival on July 10. Teams from Oxford Hills High School, Fryeburg Academy, Fryeburg Alumni, Medical Care Development, Landmark and Mosher Independent chipped in to make the day a success.

Monies raised for the county will go toward scholarships for athletes, equipment for the county and care of the new bocce court. Bruce and Adrienne Little put the fund-raiser together and Dennis Sandborn donated equipment.

Special Olympics is an organization that allows people with mental disabilities to participate in a variety of sporting activities while encouraging sportsmanship, self-respect and the enjoyment of life.

Oxford County Special Olympics meets at 4:30 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month at the Medical Care Development building. Contact Cara Maloney at 743-8914 if interested in joining Oxford County Special Olympics, volunteering for an area competitions or donating goods or services.

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