Hardin Reynolds Memorial School hosted a Field Day for the Patrick Springs Primary and Hardin Reynolds school students with special needs on April 21. With help from the staff at each school, along with all of the HRMS Jr. Beta students, the children enjoyed several different activities throughout the morning. Infinity Acres Ranch brought many different animals, including a donkey, llamas, a miniature horse, goats, dogs, a tortoise, a snake, a rabbit and a kookaburra. Rick and Laura Steele, co-founders, instructed the Beta members in how to handle the animals so they could, in turn, help our special guests in walking some of the animals around the field. Students were able to see and explore an ambulance, provided by the Jeb Stuart Rescue Squad. The two schools set up other activities for youngsters to enjoy, including a Bounce House, face painting, an obstacle course, bubbles and a parachute game. The day was topped off by sharing a meal, which included one of their favorite foods – pizza. We wish to thank everyone who helped make the Special Olympics a success.