The LifeSpan Circle School held their fourth annual Junior Olympics on Thursday, August 12th.
Businesses and organizations across Alamance County volunteered to help fund the event, donate food, and as well as their time.
National Agents Alliance was one of several businesses to volunteer. Staff members Wendy Helms and Greg Brunick enjoyed spending the day with the children at the school.
“This year several people across the county came out to help with the junior Olympics, I want to personally thank National Agents Alliance for being a constant service when it comes to volunteering for events and contributing to our program.” said Lynn Crabtree from LifeSpan Circle School.
“I am grateful to have this opportunity to give back to the community through National Agents Alliance. It was truly a special day spending time with some great kids and rewarding to see the joy on their faces.” said staff member Wendy Helms.
The children at the event got to march in a parade, which was cheered on by the Burlington Walter M. Williams High School cheerleaders. They also played games, and finished the day with an awards ceremony where each child received an Olympic medal.