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Food and refreshments are free for those with special needs who participate in the Bowling for Buddies event.
The travel was also proving costly until Go North East offered to give Kieran - and seven others on the Bus Buddies scheme - a free pass.
"Buddies is a good place for adults with disabilities because everyone is so friendly and helpful.
QM chairperson HE Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad al-Thani graced the event, which saw members of Best Buddies Qatar and the local community taking part in sport-based activities at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.
Best Buddies is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD).
The game is a great opportunity to show your support of Best Buddies and the East Coast Jumbos for their dedication to providing equal opportunities for everyone.
This increased interest is evidenced by no less than 20 medical and nursing students joining Best Buddies during its first year of existence on the UMASS Medical School campus.
"With Smurfs-shaped characters children will enjoy brushing while being educated to brush the recommended two minutes", says Anish Patel, CEO of Brush Buddies. "Brushing has never been this much fun." For more information, visit, www.brushbuddies.com.
Volunteer coaches devoted hours each month to helping their buddies complete homework exercises, reinforcing the workshop materials and working on their six-month financial goals.
Summary: Ushering in the spirit of sharing as the festive season rolls around, BURGER KINGA has introduced 'BURGER BUDDIES', a new six-pack burger product meant to be shared among family and friends.
BUDDIES in Hoodies are spearheading an anti-bullying campaign in a Saltburn school.
Sixties star Bery I Marsden and Connie Lush were instant crowd-pleasers as was Mike Byrne's jaunty Juke Box Buddies.