Category: Community Events

Written by: Tara Bottan, June 5, 2019   The people of Thunder Bay have once again shown just how big their hearts are as over 40 local Law Enforcement Officers showed up to work alongside the amazing staff at two Boston Pizza locations in Thunder Bay on Wednesday.  Officers were paired up with servers and let loose on the public! Many staff of the chain are long time employees, gree
  By: Diana Laverty & Denise Szachury, Dryden Police Service   Well, our fundraiser for Special Olympics, “Anything 80’s Bowling” is in the books and it was a huge success! We would like to send a big Thank You to the eleven teams who fundraised over $ 4,790.00 for local Special Olympics Ontario!! A big shout out to Pizza Hut for donating pizza for all the part
March 25, 2019 marked Special Olympics Day in Ontario. Across the province, close to 50 communities celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics movement. This day was also the beginning of the 50-day countdown to the start of the 2019 Special Olympics Invitational Youth Games in Toronto (May 14-17). Over $30,000 was raised to support local athletes competing in the Games! Here's a
Strikes, spares, and smiles!  On Thursday, March 22, 2018 the Windsor Police Service and Special Olympics united to take over a local bowling alley in the first ever Unified Sporting Event to be hosted by the Service.  In speaking about the event, WPS LETR liaison Adam Young said, “Over the years we have played lots of games AGAINST the athletes, but our goal for this event was to create an in