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February 22, 2024 11:37 am

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Special Olympics Torch Run at Bob Kelley Chevrolet

The Law Enforcement Special Olympics Torch Run made their annual trek through the Village of North Baltimore last week.

North Baltimore Police Chief Allan Baer offers, “Special thanks to Bob Kelley Chevrolet for being long time supporters of the Torch Run. Thanks to BGSU Interns Nick Shinabery & Karli Ayers.”

Bob Kelley Chevrolet Buick has been part of the Special Olympics Torch Run for over 20 years. Each year the runners and their Law Enforcement escorts, stop by the dealership on South Main Street.
John says, “It was a pleasure to again provide a cold drink, a warm welcome and a financial contribution to such a worthy cause.”
Chief Baer accepts the annual donation check from John Kelley. From left are NBPD interns Nick Shinabery & Karli Ayers. Others are part of the escort for the torch.

Special Olympics of Ohio

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Ohio is year-round effort between law enforcement personnel around the state and Special Olympics Ohio to raise funds and awareness.

The Law Enforcement Torch Run® for Special Olympics is the movement’s largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle, raising US$34 million for Special Olympics Programs around the world in 2008.More than 85,000 law enforcement officers carried the Flame of Hope across 35 nations, raising awareness and funds for Special Olympics. Thousands more supported the runners’ efforts through “Adopt-A-Cop” runner sponsorships, local fundraising events, corporate sponsorships and Torch Run T-shirts (more than 400,000 sold) and other merchandise sales to fellow law enforcement officers, families, friends and the public.

The Ohio involvement in the Law Enforcement Torch Run unites departments and agencies throughout the state and extends beyond the annual run. Each year officers participate and organize events such as Polar Bear Plunges, Building Sits, Truck Convoys and other special events throughout the year. All of these events generate additional funds for Special Olympics Ohio.

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