Sunday, March 09, 2008

Volunteers aid others with disabilities at Japanese Special Olympics

Seventeen-year-olds Yumi Abiko and Miyuki Watanabe, who both have disabilities, are among 400 volunteers helping the winter games of Japan's 2008 Special Olympics run smoothly. It's the first time students with disabilities have played such a major role in a Japanese sporting event. The Daily Yomiuri (Japan)/Associated Press

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