Justin Beliveau, left, a member of the Navigator program for young adults with developmental disabilities, banters with Lewiston police officers Craig Johnson, center, and Patrick Griffin during the Androscoggin County Track and Field Meet at Bates College on Friday morning. Beliveau won first place in his heat of the 200-meter dash. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)

Oak Hill High School students Magnolia St. Germain, Taylor Wotton and Olivia Cummings keep an eye on the Special Olympics athletes at the Androscoggin County Track and Field Meet at Bates College on Friday afternoon. The three Oak Hill High School students spent the morning volunteering for the event. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)

Keith Draper runs to the finish line in the lead during the Androscoggin County Track and Field Meet at Bates College on Friday morning. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)

Olivia McKenzie, left background, and Ryleigh Davis cheer on Matthew York as he runs during the Androscoggin County Track and Field Meet at Bates College on Friday morning. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)

Brandon Michaud, left, gives a high-five to Keith Draper at the end of his race at the Androscoggin County Track and Field Meet at Bates College on Friday morning. (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)

Kelly Bourassa cheers on the Special Olympics athletes during the Androscoggin County Track and Field Meet at Bates College on Friday morning. Bourassa brought 30 Oak Hill High School students to volunteer at the event.  (Andree Kehn/Sun Journal)


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