Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run

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(CPD Torch Run Coordinator, Officer Ramirez)

Local law enforcement will organize a torch run through Lewis County to raise needed funds for local Special Olympic Athletes. In Lewis County: June 2nd, 2016

This fully-supported run begins at Napavine Police Department and winds 18.8 miles through beautiful scenic country back-roads and main streets. The route stops at schools in the communities of Napavine and Chehalis, and continues to Centralia, where the run slows to a walk through downtown and run past several Centralia schools. The event will end with a lunch at Thorbeck’s Fitness Center.

The association hopes to raise $6,000 for our local Special Olympic athletes. Funds pay for registration fees, coaches, hotel and meals for the athletes and their families.

The Special Olympics Torch Run fee ($20) is a contribution to Special Olympics of Washington. Those who wish to donate, but not participate may make a check to Centralia Police Officers Association. The run occurs prior to the Special Olympics of Washington Summer Games (June 3 – 5, 2016) at Joint Base Lewis McChord.

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