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Sheriff's Office Seeks Donations to Help Oregon Special Olympics Athletes

LETR is a grassroots funds raiser that benefits the Special Olympics Oregon athletes.

Marion County Sheriff's Office
This Friday the Marion County Sheriff's Office will take part in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run which is a grassroots funds raiser that benefits the Special Olympics Oregon athletes. Photo Courtesy: Marion County Sheriff's Office

(SALEM, Ore. ) - This Friday the Marion County Sheriff's Office will take part in the annual Law Enforcement Torch Run.

LETR is a grassroots funds raiser that benefits the Special Olympics Oregon athletes.

On Friday the 11th at 8:15 a.m., at the Jefferson Home Town Market, the Sherriff's Office will be passed the torch and then carry it approximately 10 miles, to Delaney Road and Interstate 5 where it will be passed to the Salem Police Department.

Last night Marion County Sheriff Jason Myers accepted a donation for the Special Olympics Oregon athletes. GTECH Enterprises a worldwide company with an office in Salem, made a $500 contribution to support our Oregon athletes.

As of Tuesday, the Sheriff's Office has raised more than $1,150.

If you would like to donate to the Special Olympics Oregon through the Sheriff's Office you can email Deputy Matt Hagan at mhagan@co.marion.or.us

Source: Marion County Sheriff's Office

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