June 11, 2010 - NPD raises money for Special Olympics of NH
On 10 June 2010 at approximately 07:30 am over 50 Police Officers, Detectives, Supervisors and civilian employees of the Nashua Police Department volunteered their time to raise money for Special Olympics of New Hampshire. They were joined by Nashua Athlete Scott McCullough wearing the gold medal he won representing the City of Nashua at the Winter Games. Nashua Police were able to raise over $2,000.00 for Special Olympics.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run carries the torch throughout New Hampshire to raise money for Special Olympic athletes. It was carried from Downtown Nashua to the Merrimack Line where it was handed off to Merrimack Police Officers. On this day, the torch was run through several local Cities and Towns and eventually made its way to the Statehouse in Concord. On 11 June, it was run by officers to kick off the events at University of New Hampshire.
Note: The Law Enforcement Torch Run is held throughout the United States by police departments raising money for Special Olympics. Go to www.sonh.org for more information.
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