Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics kicks off in Sioux Falls

Ceria Alfonso
May 16, 2018

The Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics kicked off Monday in Sioux Falls. They stopped at the Ravalli County Search and Rescue building on the north end of town for a barbeque and send-off of the torch - with officers taking it along the highway to Florence.

The torch will make its way to Spearfish for Thursday's Opening Ceremonies where more than half of the state's 2,100 Special Olympic athletes will compete at Black Hills State University. Hundreds of volunteers will help in every aspect of the three-day event. A group of Special Olympics competitors, supporters and others carried the torch and a flag from Huron Middle School, past Huron High School and around to the Washington 4-5 Learning Center.

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About Special Olympics New York Special Olympics New York provides year-round sports training and competition in 23 Olympic-style sports to children and adults with intellectual disabilities at no cost to the athletes, their families or caregivers.

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