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West Forsyth High School wins Special Olympics car wash challenge
Raised most money for local chapter
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WEST FORSYTH — West Forsyth High School raised the most money during an annual car wash competition over the weekend that benefits Special Olympics of Forsyth County.

West and Forsyth Central High School are the only two schools that have won the event, with this year being the fourth competition for the league that organizes athletic and social activities for special needs students and adults throughout the year.

Central came in second, followed by South Forsyth, North Forsyth and Lambert high schools, according to Annemarie Raygor, a spokeswoman for the Special Olympics in the county.

“We want to make sure we thank the local community for supporting our car wash and all who made donations, especially one local businessman who gave a very generous donation,” Raygor said.

She said all proceeds will stay in Forsyth County to support the athletes.