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special20olympics2011Saturday, March 7th, 2009 marked the first outing for the members of the National Honor Society at the Pendleton School. This year is the first group of inductees into the Pendleton chapter of the National Honor Society. The first service project done by the group was volunteering at the Special Olympics this past Saturday. The Special Olympics were held at Bayshore High School right across the street from IMG. Therefore, the students simply had to walk there as a group after meeting in the classroom of Mr. Busch, faculty director for the National Honor Society at Pendleton. The Pendleton volunteers had to participate in the opening ceremony as one of the groups involved. Some of the Jobs given to the students were things such as referees, ball collectors, timers, etc. It was a very enjoyable event for the athletes who all tried very hard despite their disabilities. At the end of all the events, Lunch was served to the athletes, volunteers and other people in attendance followed by the prize giving and closing ceremony.



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