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Meredith McBrayer became a SOTX athlete in 1998 and is a member of the Boerne Special Olympics delegation. The aquatics, bowling and cycling competitor is a confident and well-rounded 24-year-old who gives back to her community every chance she gets. She participates in city (cycling) rides just for fun, and is a member of the Praise Handbells Ringers - a group of special needs children and adults who ring handbells at local churches.

A graduate of Champion High School, McBrayer is employed at Morningside Ministries Assisted Living and volunteers at church weekly cleaning the sanctuary and refilling pew cards.

Giving back and joining the movement runs in the family: McBrayer's mom is a bowling coach, delegation treasurer and member of the Boerne Special Olympics Board. Her father is also a bowling coach.

Most Recent Articles

January 22, 2018
Who will bring the gold home from Austin? We can’t wait to see! Almost 2,600 athletes and Unified Partners will compete in bowling, volleyball and powerlifting. Here’s where to find all the info you need before you hit the road...
January 22, 2018
The Texas Bowling Centers Association is a big fan of Special Olympics Texas athletes. During January and February, many of their member centers will sell paper bowling pins to benefit SOTX! Be sure to thank them for their support.
January 22, 2018
Congratulations to Alamo Heights High School and Brady High School, which have been recognized as the first Unified Champion Schools in the state of Texas! Both schools received a gym banner that denotes their honor.
January 22, 2018
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