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Special Olympics Honors CHS AFJROTC Unit

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For the past eighteen years, hundreds of Clover High School Air Force Junior ROTC cadets have assisted all over the state with the South Carolina Special Olympics.  

Their longstanding efforts were recognized at the 2016 Annual Leadership Conference for Special Olympics in Myrtle Beach, SC on January 30th where instructor SMSgt Clarence Woodham was on hand to pick up the Special Olympics Champion Award on behalf of all Clover cadets current and past.   

The Champion Award is presented  to any business, organization or media outlet in the state that has made significant contributions to Special Olympics.   This award recognizes the unit's outstanding commitment to those in need as well as their enrichment to the lives of the Special Olympics athletes and the community.    
Clover School District is proud to support our Special Olympic athletes and Clover High School is very active in our support of our high school students who participate in the games.    
The CHS AFJROTC unit is guided by Major Brian Batson and SMSgt Clarence Woodham, both of whom were named national instructors of the year by the Air Force in 2015.    
Congratulations, SC951!