Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Ontario Polar Plunges raise $180,000 for Special Olympics!
Over the past 2 months the Ontario Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics hosted 6 Polar Plunges across the province in: York Region, Kingston, Sudbury, Owen Sound, North Bay and Thunder Bay. The collective goal was to raise $120,000 and we are proud to announce that we have shattered our target and raised an incredible $180,000 for Special Olympics! We would like to thank our event organizers for their tireless dedication and commitment and most importantly, the donors, for your generous and ongoing support. Thank you!
Visit the Polar Plunge website HERE
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Police promoting local Special Olympics Adopt-an-Athlete Initiative
The North Bay Police service is expected to be launching a campaign which will allow local businesses and schools to Adopt-an-Athlete for the upcoming 2015 Ontario Special Olympics that will take place in the Gateway City next February.
Chief Paul Cook introduced the program during a meeting with the four school board directors that he says he’s included in periodically during the school year.
Read the entire article HERE
Monday, March 24, 2014
Jail and Bail Revived by Police
Local principals are being jailed next month to raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics and Crime Stoppers.
brought back to life by Brockville Police.
Click HERE for more details