Special Olympics – Law Enforcement Torch Run hits the road

Trail RCMP and its emergency partners are teaming up with the Special Olympics for the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Tuesday in Trail.

Trail RCMP and its emergency partners are teaming up with the Special Olympics for its annual fun-raising initiative, the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Tuesday in Trail.

The Run is the single largest fund-raising event in the Special Olympic calendar and will be hitting the pavement throughout the province next week, but will have a special start in Trail on Tuesday.

The run starts at the 3 p.m. at J. L. Crowe Secondary parking lot, with the three-kilometre route heading to the Sunningdale Y, then returning to Gyro Park.

All participants are then invited to a barbecue following the run/walk courtesy of Trail WalMart and Special Olympics B.C., as well as a bocce game with Special Olympic athletes.

Members of the public are encouraged to participate. Registration is $25 and includes a dri-fit T-shirt, with all proceeds going to Special Olympics BC.

Register online at www.specialolympics.bc.ca/letr or contact mauro.cavazzon@rcmp.grc.ca.