Rise With Us

Rally recognizes athletes from Federal Way who will compete in Special Olympic Games

  • Wednesday, June 13, 2018 6:15pm
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Former Seattle Seahawks safety Jordan Babineaux greets Special Olympic athletes and volunteers during the Rise With Us Rally hosted by the Federal Way Farmers Market and city of Federal Way last Saturday. Babineaux served as emcee for the event, which recognized the 20 athletes from Federal Way who will compete in the Special Olympic Games, which take place July 1-6 at various venues throughout the Puget Sound including Federal Way. Courtesy Bruce Honda.

Special Olympic athletes from Federal Way were presented with flags and other items during the Rise With Us Rally last Saturday. Courtesy Bruce Honda

Special Olympic athletes from Federal Way were presented with flags and other items during the Rise With Us Rally last Saturday. Courtesy Bruce Honda

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