More than 150 children and adults from Beaufort and Jasper counties participated in a Special Olympics Track & Field event April 25, 2014, at Hilton Head Island High School. Here, Olympian Jack Camblor, center, of Beaufort Elementary School takes the lead in the 50-meter walk event. Following at left is his mother, Heather Camblor.
More than 150 children and adults from Beaufort and Jasper counties participated in a Special Olympics Track & Field event April 25, 2014, at Hilton Head Island High School. Here, Olympian Jack Camblor, center, of Beaufort Elementary School takes the lead in the 50-meter walk event. Following at left is his mother, Heather Camblor. Staff photo
More than 150 children and adults from Beaufort and Jasper counties participated in a Special Olympics Track & Field event April 25, 2014, at Hilton Head Island High School. Here, Olympian Jack Camblor, center, of Beaufort Elementary School takes the lead in the 50-meter walk event. Following at left is his mother, Heather Camblor. Staff photo

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