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Tip-A-Cop fundraiser planned

LOCAL LAW enforcement agencies are teaming up with Spooky’s restaurant to help Special Olympics Oregon. On Friday, March 22, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and Saturday, March 23, between noon and 8 p.m., law enforcement representatives will become “celebrity servers,” and assist in serving, bussing, greeting and talking to diners about Special Olympics. Local law agencies are partipants in the Law Enforcement Torch Run program, a year-round effort to raise funds for and promote awareness of Special Olympics Oregon. All money raised through this program helps local Special Olympics athletes in regional and state competitions, at no charge to the athlete. Pictured front row, left to right, Tim Hudson, The Dalles Police; Mark Bryan, athlete; Daniel Rooper, athlete; Brad Divish, athlete; Santiago Cervantes, manager Spookys; Joan Gilbert, athlete and Chris McNeel, Wasco County Sheriff Deputy. Back row, Andy Hunley, athlete; Gary Bradley, athlete; Nick Lindskoog, athlete; Jason Nisbet, manager Spookys; Tim Hughes, athlete and Swede Pearson, Oregon State Police senior trooper.

LOCAL LAW enforcement agencies are teaming up with Spooky’s restaurant to help Special Olympics Oregon. On Friday, March 22, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and Saturday, March 23, between noon and 8 p.m., law enforcement representatives will become “celebrity servers,” and assist in serving, bussing, greeting and talking to diners about Special Olympics. Local law agencies are partipants in the Law Enforcement Torch Run program, a year-round effort to raise funds for and promote awareness of Special Olympics Oregon. All money raised through this program helps local Special Olympics athletes in regional and state competitions, at no charge to the athlete. Pictured front row, left to right, Tim Hudson, The Dalles Police; Mark Bryan, athlete; Daniel Rooper, athlete; Brad Divish, athlete; Santiago Cervantes, manager Spookys; Joan Gilbert, athlete and Chris McNeel, Wasco County Sheriff Deputy. Back row, Andy Hunley, athlete; Gary Bradley, athlete; Nick Lindskoog, athlete; Jason Nisbet, manager Spookys; Tim Hughes, athlete and Swede Pearson, Oregon State Police senior trooper. Photo by Mark Gibson.

LOCAL LAW enforcement agencies are teaming up with Spooky’s restaurant to help Special Olympics Oregon. On Friday, March 22, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., and Saturday, March 23, between noon and 8 p.m., law enforcement representatives will become “celebrity servers,” and assist in serving, bussing, greeting and talking to diners about Special Olympics. Local law agencies are partipants in the Law Enforcement Torch Run program, a year-round effort to raise funds for and promote awareness of Special Olympics Oregon. All money raised through this program helps local Special Olympics athletes in regional and state competitions, at no charge to the athlete.

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