On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

Eddie Mowen Jr., Editor of The Register-Herald, made one young athlete’s day by allowing him to try his hand at sports photography during the Preble County Special Olympics event held on Saturday, May 7.


Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.

Eddie Mowen Jr., Editor of The Register-Herald, made one young athlete’s day by allowing him to try his hand at sports photography during the Preble County Special Olympics event held on Saturday, May 7.

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_SO-1.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_SO-2.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_SO-3.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe1.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe2.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe3.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe4-1.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe5-1.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe6.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe7.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe8.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe9.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe10.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe11.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe12.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe13.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe14.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe15.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe16.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe17.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe18.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

On Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_soe19.jpgOn Saturday, May 7, 60 athletes from Preble County gathered at Twin Valley South High School in West Alexandria to compete in the annual Track and Field meet. Events included individual running races, walking races, wheelchair races and several field events, including the softball throw. “The athletes work very hard and look forward to the competition,” said Corey Mangan, coordinator for Special Olympics in Preble County. “It’s always an exciting and memorable day for the athletes, volunteers, families and the entire community.” Mangan noted that Twin Valley South Community Schools and the village of West Alexandra are very instrumental in the success of Special Olympics and the Track and Field games. “Their support of the program and compassion for the athletes is tremendous,” Mangan said. “We cannot thank them enough.” Additionally, Special Olympics Preble County receives support from area businesses and organizations, including: Timken Steel, Dow, the American Legion Post 360, New Paris and American Legion Post 322, West Alexandria; Michael Murphy Insurance, Vintage Wheels Auto Club, The Home Farms, Quaker Trace Tractor, Inc., Larkin-Cobb Chevrolet, L&M Products, Inc., Roselius Insurance, Valley Carpet Center, Dayton Children’s, Loudy Office Machines and Omicron Sigma Sorority. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald

Eddie Mowen Jr., Editor of The Register-Herald, made one young athlete’s day by allowing him to try his hand at sports photography during the Preble County Special Olympics event held on Saturday, May 7.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2016/05/web1_1SpecialEddie.jpgEddie Mowen Jr., Editor of The Register-Herald, made one young athlete’s day by allowing him to try his hand at sports photography during the Preble County Special Olympics event held on Saturday, May 7. Eddie Mowen Jr. and Deron Newman | The Register-Herald