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The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics

The mission of the Law Enforcement Torch Run® (LETR) for Special Olympics is to increase awareness and raise funds for the Special Olympics movement. Each year, the LETR initiative grows bigger and better.


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Get an overview of the sport of Special Olympics football.  View the "Guardians of the Flame" video

As the largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle for Special Olympics, the Law Enforcement Torch Run® raised over US$42.6 million in 2012. Since its inception in 1981, it has grown extensively worldwide with over 97,000 volunteers spanning 46 countries, and raising more than US$461 million for the Special Olympics movement. Fundraising is only part of what the officers involved with the initiative give to the movement. Our athletes say law enforcement officers are truly supportive of the cause – extending to them friendship, acceptance and encouragement.

To learn more about the Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics, please visit www.letr.org

To Learn more about the Law Enforcement Torch Run® International Conference please visit www.letrconference.org.  

For general inquiries, please contact Michael Teem, Executive Director of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics at mteem@specialolympics.org or 240-593-4949.


Torch Run Stories and News


janvier 18, 2013 | SOI General: Headquarters

2013 Final Leg Torch Runners are an International Team

By Erika Morant

Carrying the Flame of Hope during the 2011 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Athens, Greece.

More than 100 law enforcement officers from 19 countries will carry the Special Olympics Flame of Hope through the Republic of Korea in the days leading up to the World Winter Games in PyeongChang. Eight Special Olympics athletes from five countries will run with the officers.View Story More than 100 law enforcement officers from 19 countries will carry the Special Olympics Flame of Hope through the Republic of Korea in the days leading up to the World Winter Games in PyeongChang. Eight Special Olympics athletes from five countries will run with the officers on two routes through the wintry countryside. The Final Leg is a symbol of the numerous fundraising events that happen every year to make fundraising by law enforcement officers the biggest single source of donations to Special Olympics. The international team will be in 10 teams and the teams will run along two routes. Both routes wind through Korea and pass through cities in all parts of the country. The runs start 23 January and conclude 29 January at the main stage of the Opening Ceremony of the 2013 Special Olympics World Winter Games in PyeongChang. See the link to the Law Enforcement Final Leg website below.

About Erika Morant:I work for Special Olympics as a specialist for the Honored Guest Program and Law Enforcement Torch Run
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septembre 19, 2012 | SOI General: Headquarters

Du Canada à l’Afghanistan – Des vies sont transformées

By John Langford

Des footballeurs afghans avec John Langford en Afghanistan.

John Langford, a mentor and trainer to the Afghanistan National Police Force from Canada and a member of the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR), recounts a beautiful story of the power of LETR and the uView Story John Langford, conseiller et formateur de la Force de police nationale afghane, originaire du Canada, fait partie des membres de la course au flambeau des forces de l’ordre (LETR). Il raconte une belle histoire sur l’influence de la course au flambeau des forces de l’ordre et de l'engagement sans précédent des officiers de police aux Special Olympics non seulement dans leurs propres communautés, mais aussi dans le monde entier.John raconte ses efforts pour collecter des fonds et sa réaction quand il a vu que des jeux mondiaux d’été de Special Olympics avaient lieu pour la première fois en Afghanistan depuis des années : « J'ai vu, comme ceux qui comme moi sont impliqués dans le LETR, des athlètes que l’on a appris à connaître et à aimer et qui n’en auraient jamais eu l’occasion, participer à des compétitions et s’encourager mutuellement, juste pour l'amour du sport.Il n’y avait pas de guerre. Pas de talibans. C’était formidable. »

About John Langford:M. Langford est conseiller et formateur à la Force de police nationale afghane originaire du Canada et il fait partie des membres de la course au flambeau des forces de l’ordre (LETR).
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Torch Run Events


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Event

Location

mai 26, 2015

Saginaw Tip-A-Cop

The Midland Tip-A-Cop will take place on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 4-8 pm at Bennigans. Police Officers volunteer their time and energy to help raise money for Michigan Special Olympics and all the athletes who are involved in the program. The officers help Bennigans Wait Staff and earn tips to help support the Michigan Special Olympics. Please join the us by visiting Bennigans on May 26th. Help make this an even bigger event than last year by telling friends and family members to enjoy a delicious dinner and help raise money for thousands of special athletes who count on the support from people like you.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Bennigans
3095 Tittabawassee Rd

Saginaw, Michigan
UNITED STATES

mai 26, 2015

Midland Tip-A-Cop

The Midland Tip-A-Cop will take place on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 4-8 pm at Bennigans. Police Officers volunteer their time and energy to help raise money for Michigan Special Olympics and all the athletes who are involved in the program. The officers help Bennigans Wait Staff and earn tips to help support the Michigan Special Olympics. Please join the us by visiting Bennigans on May 26th. Help make this an even bigger event than last year by telling friends and family members to enjoy a delicious dinner and help raise money for thousands of special athletes who count on the support from people like you.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Bennigans
6603 Eastman Ave

Midland, Michigan
UNITED STATES

mai 26, 2015

Mt. Pleasant Tip-a-Cop

Mt. Pleasant Tip-A-Cop will take place on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 4-8 pm at Bennigans. Police Officers volunteer their time and energy to help raise money for Michigan Special Olympics and all the athletes who are involved in the program. The officers help Bennigans Wait Staff and earn tips to help support the Michigan Special Olympics. Please join the us by visiting Bennigans on May 26th. Help make this an even bigger event than last year by telling friends and family members to enjoy a delicious dinner and help raise money for thousands of special athletes who count on the support from people like you.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Bennigans
2424 S. Mission St

Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
UNITED STATES

mai 26, 2015

Midland Tip-A-Cop

The Midland Tip-A-Cop will take place on Tuesday, May 26, 2015 from 4-8 pm at Bennigans. Police Officers volunteer their time and energy to help raise money for Michigan Special Olympics and all the athletes who are involved in the program. The officers help Bennigans Wait Staff and earn tips to help support the Michigan Special Olympics. Please join the us by visiting Bennigans on May 26th. Help make this an even bigger event than last year by telling friends and family members to enjoy a delicious dinner and help raise money for thousands of special athletes who count on the support from people like you.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Bennigans
6603 Eastman Ave

Midland, Michigan
UNITED STATES

mai 28, 2015

Capital Kickoff

We would like to extend an invitation for you to join us on the steps of the Capitol on May 28th to kickoff the 2015 State Summer Games for Special Olympics. In 2015 Michigan's Law Enforcement Torch Run is celebrating its 31st Anniversary and it would be our honor to have you attend this event. The Law Enforcement Torch Run will be having a short ceremony to kick off the 70 mile relay run to the State Summer Games Opening Ceremonies in Mt. Pleasant.
For more information
Andrea Rachko
Email:rachk1am@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Capital Steps
Lansing, Michigan
UNITED STATES

juillet 18, 2015

Fire Truck Pull

On July 18, 2015, the Law Enforcement Torch Run will be kicking off their first annual Fire Truck pull in Houghton Lake. The event is looking for teams of 10 to pull a fire truck pull and raise funds for Special Olympics Michigan and Law Enforcement Torch Run. The event will start at 9:00 a.m. with registration and the pull will begin at 10:00 a.m. The cost to pull is $500 per team or $50 per person. Michigan’s Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is celebrating its 32nd year in 2015. LETR for Special Olympics is the movement’s largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle. In 2014, the LETR raised more than $1,000,000.00 for Special Olympics Michigan. It has been our goal to create awareness and raise funds for 20,679 athletes who participate in Special Olympics.
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John Card
Email:cardj@michigan.gov
Phone:989-239-9139
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Home Depot
2241 Houghton Lake Drive

Houghton Lake, Michigan
UNITED STATES

juillet 25, 2015

10th Annual Law Enforcement Torch Ride Poker Run

Ride Begins at 11:00 AM. Registration Closes at 2:00 PM. Last Bike Out by 2:30 PM. All bikes must be at The Holiday Inn in Howe, IN by 5:00 PM. $25 each Rider or $35 a Couple per Bike or Auto. Play As Many Hands as You Like For $5 ea. Cash and Merchandise Prizes. For More Information or To Register, Contact: Carl White (517) 230-7339 or mitorchride@gmail.com. Register by July 6th on PayPal via the mitorchride@gmail.com address for a special early bird pricing of $20/$30 and guaranteed T-Shirt on day of ride. Enter your T-shirt sizes in the comments section. Registration available day of ride. Limited lodging available at the Holiday Inn Howe, IN and at the Hampton Inn in Sturgis, MI. Must mention “Victory Riders Li’L Sturgis” to get the discounted pricing...rooms are going fast!
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Carl White
Email:mitorchride@gmail.com
Phone:517-230-7339
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Holiday Inn
Coldwater , Michigan
UNITED STATES

juillet 25, 2015

Fire Truck Pull

On July 25, 2015, the Law Enforcement Torch Run will be kicking off their first annual Fire Truck pull in Ferndale. The event is looking for teams of 10 to pull a fire truck pull and raise funds for Special Olympics Michigan and Law Enforcement Torch Run. The event will start at 9:00 a.m. with registration and the pull will begin at 10:00 a.m. The cost to pull is $500 per team or $50 per person Michigan’s Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is celebrating its 32nd year in 2015. LETR for Special Olympics is the movement’s largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle. In 2014, the LETR raised more than $1,000,000.00 for Special Olympics Michigan. It has been our goal to create awareness and raise funds for 20,679 athletes who participate in Special Olympics.
For more information
Joe Morin
Email:Joe.Morin75@gmail.com
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Fraternal Order of Police Lodge
Ferndale, Michigan
UNITED STATES

décembre 09, 2015

Allegan Community Run

The Allegan Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 12th. The Run will begin at 10:00 a.m. Registration will start at 9:00 a.m. Registration before August 6th is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. After August 6th registration is $30.00 This is a timed 5K race. Epic Race Timing will be providing the race timing.
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Kim Thorington
Email:kthorington@allegancounty.org
Phone:616-218-2596
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Allegan Sports Complex
Allegan, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 13, 2015

West Branch Community Run

The West Branch Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 13th. Registration will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the Run will begin at 7:00 p.m. at the jail on M-55/M-30 intersection on the west end of town. Runners will run though town and end up at McDonalds out at the business loop/I-75 on the south end of town. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,757 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympians.
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Howie Hanft
Email:ogemawsheriff@ogsh.org
Phone:989-312-0973
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Intersection of M-55/M-30
West Branch, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 14, 2015

Manistee Community Run

The Manistee Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 14th at 9:00 a.m. This is a 1.5 mile run from Manistee City PD to 1st Street at the Beach Lions pavilion. A light breakfast and drinks will be available at the pavilion. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for nearly 20,000 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Greg Hubers
Email:hubersg@michigan.gov
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Manistee City PD
Manistee, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 14, 2015

Traverse City Community Run

The Traverse City Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 14th. The Run will start in the parking lot of US 31 and Cass Ave. This is a 5k race. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. and the run starts at 6:00 p.m. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. For questions about the race contact Carrie Chase at cchase@grandtraverse.org or 231-342-1544 or Jennifer Strange at strangej@michigan.gov. 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 for 20,757 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community on Sunday evening to support these Special Olympians.
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Carrie Chase
Email:cchase@grandtraverse.org
Phone:231-342-1544
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Cass Public Parking Lot
Traverse City, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 15, 2015

Aplena Community Run

The Alpena Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 15, 2015. The 5K Run will begin at 4:30 p.m. at Duck Lake and will end at Southside Fire Station. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for nearly 20,000 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Ashley Simpson
Email:simpsonA4@michigan.gov
Phone:989-354-4101
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Duck Park
Alpena, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 15, 2015

Petoskey Community Run

The Petoskey Community Run takes place Sept. 15, 2015 at noon at the MSP Post. This is a 3 mile run starting at the MSP Post to US-31 ending at the Emmet Co. Sheriff Department. 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 for 20,797 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community on Saturday morning to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Randy Kloss
Email:rkloss@emmetcounty.org
Phone:231-439-8902
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Michigan State Police Post
Petoskey, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 16, 2015

Gaylord Community Run

The Gaylord Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 16th. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. at the Gaylord Police Department. The run will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the Gaylord Police Department and will end at the Michigan State Police post. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,757 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Kellie Murphy
Email:murph4kj@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Gaylord Police Department
Gaylord, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 16, 2015

Grand Rapids Community Run

The Grand Rapids Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 16th. Registration will begin at Millennium Park at 5:00 p.m. with the run starting at 6:00 p.m. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,757 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Ric Buikema
Email:rbuikema@eastgr.org
Phone:616-949-7010
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Millennium Park
Grand Rapids, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 16, 2015

Gladwin Community Run

he Gladwin Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 16th. The Run will begin at 12:00 p.m. at the Old Michigan State Police Post on M-18 to the Fire Department on Cedar Street. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,797 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Duane Bean
Email:dbean@gladwin.org
Phone:800-644-6404
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Old Michigan State Police Post
M-18

Gladwin, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 16, 2015

Gerrish Township Community Run

The Gerrish Township Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 16th. Registration begins at 3:00 p.m. and is $25.00. The runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. The 5K run starts at 3:00 p.m. with registration and the run beginning at 4:00 p.m. at Roscommon High School and will go to Fred's. If you have any questions, contact Chief Hill at chief.hill@gerrishiptownship.org or Julie Hill at jhill@gerrishtownship.org 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 for 19,620 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Brian Hill
Email:chief.hill@gerrishtownship.org
Phone:989-821-5207
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Roscommon High School
Roscommon, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 17, 2015

Big Rapids Community Run

The Big Rapids Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 17th. The 5K Run will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Big Rapids Department of Public Safety and end there. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,757 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics Olympics athletes.
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Andrea Nerbonne
Email:anerbonne@ci.big-rapids.mi.us
Phone:800-644-6404
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Big Rapids Department of Public Safety
Big Rapids, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 17, 2015

Midland Community Run

The Midland Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 17th. Registration starts at 4:00 p.m. The 2 mile walk will begin at 5:00 p.m. and the 3 mile run will start at 5:30 p.m. It will end crossing home plate at the Dow Diamond. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,797 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Rod Roten
Email:rroten@midland-mi.org
Phone:989-600-0141
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Midland Law Enforcement Center
Midland, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 17, 2015

Mt. Pleasant Community Run

The Mt. Pleasant Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 17th. The Run will begin at 2:15 p.m. at the old MSP post and finish at 2:35 with the exchange of the torch in front of the Special Olympics office. MDOC takes over the run at that point. Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,797 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. 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. So come join the officer’s and members of the community to support these Special Olympics athletes.
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Kellie Murphy
Email:murph4kj@cmich.edu
Phone:989-774-3911
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Old Michigan State Police Post
Mission Rd.

Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 17, 2015

Lansing Midnight Community Run

The Lansing Community Run for Law Enforcement Torch Run will take place on September 17th. The Run will begin at 11:30 p.m. at Michigan and Capitol and will end at Grand River and Northwind (E. Lansing). Registration is $25.00 and the runner will receive a dri-fit t-shirt. 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 for 20,797 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. 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 Special Olympics athletes.
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Darin Southworth
Email:darin.southworth@lansingmi.gov
Phone:517-243-1672
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State Capitol Steps
Lansing, Michigan
UNITED STATES

septembre 19, 2015

World's Largest Truck Convoy

Once again truckers and Law Enforcement are teaming up for the annual World's Largest Truck Convoy event to benefit Special Olympics Wyoming athletes across the state! Come enjoy a day you are not going to forget starting with a convoy through the city of Cheyenne, lunch with local athletes and a grab bag filled with goodies from the 2015 World's Largest Truck Convoy!
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Stephanie Ferrell
Email:specialevents@specialolympicswy.org
Phone:307-235-3062
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F.E. Warren Air Force Base
Gate 2

Cheyenne, Wyoming
UNITED STATES

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