Spare Time Special Olympics

The Special Olympics Vermont Holiday Games brought athletes to Spare Time in Colchester on Dec. 9 along with more than two dozen employees from Community Bank N.A. The volunteers partnered with athletes as they bowled, helping with scoring, lane position, and ball retrieval. Community Bank N.A. also hosted a booth with contests including candy guessing jars and enter-to-win bowling prizes. “We’re grateful for the opportunity to support Special Olympics Vermont,” CBNA Regional Manager Anita Bourgeois said. “Our team enjoyed interacting with the athletes and contributing to the success of this rewarding event.” The Holiday Games bring together over 400 athletes and hundreds of volunteers from across the state to compete in bowling, swimming, and floorball. For more information on Special Olympics Vermont, visit

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