Law Enforcement Torch Run to Benefit Special Olympics
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The Law Enforcement Torch Run® is the single largest grassroots fundraising effort for Special Olympics International. Michigan's Law Enforcement Torch Run program raises funds over 27,000 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan. The two main goals of the Law Enforcement Torch Run® are raise funds and to create awareness for the athletes who participate in Special Olympics Michigan.
On Saturday, September 8th, the Corunna LETR Community Run will begin and end at McCurdy Park. Registration begins at 8am. There will be two routes. The longer run will begin at 9am. The shorter will begin at 10.
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As Michigan's Special Olympics program continues to grow, more funding is needed to support the athletes and their families because there is no cost to participate. This is where the support of the law enforcement community becomes crucial. By getting more involved in Michigan's Torch Run program you can help raise funds and create awareness for our athletes.
Calling all law enforcment officers and personnel! For more information, reach out to Gabie Reynolds at 989-743-6170 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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