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Law Enforcement Torch Run Celebrates 50 Years of Special Olympics

Law Enforcement Torch Run Celebrates 50 Years of Special Olympics
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Smiths Falls – – On Monday, June 4th the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics will hit the streets of Ottawa and communities through the Ottawa Valley.

2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Special Olympics and this region has seen tremendous growth and successes in providing sports and other programs for athletes with intellectual disabilities.

The Law Enforcement Torch Run is proud to be the largest source of revenue for Special Olympics, and even more proud to support our athletes in their endeavours.

Officers with the OPP, Ottawa Police Service, Provincial Corrections, RCMP and other law enforcement partners, along with local Special Olympians will be running and walking through communities raising funds and awareness.

The Law Enforcement Torch Run will be in:

June 4th – Ottawa (11am @ Ottawa Police HQ – Elgin Street)

June 5th – Pembroke (9:30am @ Pembroke Town Hall), Petawawa (12:15pm @ Legion) and Barry’s Bay (2:30pm @ Credit Union)

June 6th – Renfrew (10:00am @ Town Hall) & Arnprior (1pm @ LCBO)

June 7th – Perth (9 am @ OPP Detachment), Carleton Place (11am @ OPP Detachment) & Merrickville 1:30pm @ Merrickville Public School)

Runners will have their collection buckets ready for those who wish to make a donation.

For more information visit our website at: www.torchrunontario.com

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