Special Olympics (copy)

Brothers Levi, left, and Lucas Kyle, both 12, compare their muscles ahead of the Special Olympic Area Games on Thursday at the Rec Center. The brother said they enjoyed basketball, swimming, soccer and bowling.

Gillette is preparing to host the Wyoming Special Olympics Summer Games for the first time in 15 years in late April and early May.

Mayor Louise Carter-King said she looks forward to the event coming back to the Energy Capital of the Nation.

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kathy kottraba

What a nice write-up! Thank you for this!

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