TOWSON, MD—The annual Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit Special Olympics Maryland will take place at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 3rd.
This will mark 35 years of the Baltimore County Police Department’s participation in the event. The department remains dedicated to raising money for and awareness of the Special Olympics Maryland.
The Special Olympics torch will be carried by police officers and Special Olympics athletes.
About 30 runners will line up for the three-mile run that starts and ends at the Public Safety Building in Towson. The runners and other participants will receive a goody bag for their participation.
The Baltimore County Police Department has raised thousands of dollars over the years to support Special Olympics Maryland.
Those who wish to make a donation can do so online here.
Video from last year’s event can be viewed below.