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Special Olympics Texas athlete Sebastian Neito and his mom, Candy Garza, receiving the 2012

Exemplary Migrant Student Creative Award ($2,000 scholarship) for his artwork at The University of

Texas. When he's not competing in bowling or athletics in Special Olympics, Sebastian has been

wowing people with his artwork. It's something he loves and it shows.  Congrats Sebastian!

(Below are examples of Sebastian's artwork)

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January 22, 2018
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