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Special Olympics selling salts, maple syrup

 Area 29 Special Olympics is once again, for the third year in a row, selling a variety of gourmet salts, therapeutic bath salts and locally made Cheatham County maple syrup.
Area 29 Special Olympics is once again, for the third year in a row, selling a variety of gourmet salts, therapeutic bath salts and locally made Cheatham County maple syrup.
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Special Olympics Newsletter
Order Form

Area 29 Special Olympics is once again, for the third year in a row, selling a variety of gourmet salts, therapeutic bath salts and locally-made Cheatham County maple syrup.

All products being sold will make great holiday gifts for friends and loved ones. Gift baskets are also available.

Products are packaged and labeled by the Harpeth High School Life Skills students and their Best Buddy/Special Olympic partners.

Please see the newsletter that describes what is being sold as well as an order form that you can use to place your orders.

Send all order forms to Harpeth High School, Attention Life Skills. Checks need to be made out to Special Olympics Area 29. All cash and checks will be then forwarded to Dennis Salisbury directly as all proceeds benefit Cheatham County Area 29 Special Olympics.

All orders will be sent out for delivery on Dec. 1 as well as Dec. 15.

It costs approximately $6,000 to send athletes to state tournaments as well as to host the county games.

The Special Olympic athletes, Unified partners, coaches and parents greatly appreciate your support.

For more information, contact Jennifer Copeland at Harpeth High School at 615-952-2811.

102 Elizabeth St. | Ashland City, TN 37015 | Ph: 615-792-5664 | Fx: 615-792-2551

Cheatham County School District does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, creed, religion, national origin or handicap in the operation of its educational programs and activities including employment practices.