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Special Olympics Oregon Impacts the Economy
Alan Blanchard, Newberg: Competition set him on the path to economic independence.
“I like to be busy. Competing for Special Olympics, especially in swimming, is one way. Another is my job. Now, I pay my own rent and keep track of my spending in my checkbook,” says Alan Blanchard.
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