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Special Olympic Spirit

Hali Bernstein Saylor/Boulder City Review

Posing for a picture before heading down U.S. Highway 93 with the Flame of Hope for Special Olympics on Friday were, from left, Officer Jen Woolsey, Robert Doyle, Matthew Migliore, Explorer Logan Heisler, officers Scott Pastore, Armando Salazar and Eric Prunty, and Paul Brooks, kneeling in front. Since 1989, law enforcement officers from around the state have participated in the run to help spread awareness of and create excitement for the Special Olympics Nevada Summer Games, which begin June 1 in Reno.

By Hali Bernstein Saylor

Boulder City Review

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