Law Enforcement Officers to serve guests and earn “tips” for Special Olympics


TRURO
– On Friday April 6, 2018 law enforcement officers and local officials will take their oath to “serve” and protect to a new level, trading in their handcuffs and badges for menus and serving trays to assist servers at the Montano’s Restaurant during dinner. Donations, in the form of tips, will benefit local Special Olympics Programs and the Law Enforcement Torch Run®. The Torch Run is part of a year-round, grassroots fundraising campaign by law enforcement agencies to benefit their local Special Olympics Program.

“The relationship between law enforcement officials, Montano’s Restaurant and Special Olympics is a wonderful example of how corporations can help the communities in which they serve,” said Megan Hoffman, AVP, Development, Law Enforcement Torch Run. “Through the support of communities across our communities, local Special Olympics athletes will be able to continue to benefit from quality Special Olympics programs and athletic opportunities.”

About Special Olympics Massachusetts:
Special Olympics Massachusetts provides year-round sports training, athletic competition and other related programming for over 12,000 athletes with intellectual disabilities across the state in over 265 sporting competitions each year. Through the power of sport, the Special Olympics movement transforms the lives of people with intellectual disabilities. www.specialolympicsma.org

About The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR):
The Law Enforcement Torch Run®(LETR) is a year-round fundraising and awareness building program, designed to allow members of the law enforcement community the opportunity to support Special Olympics athletes who live, work and compete in their local communities. Visit http://masstorchrun.org.
Media release furnished by Truro Police


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