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Area Police Participate in Special Olympics Torch Run

Written by The Two River Times. Posted in Featured

The 31st annual New Jersey Law Enforcement torch run to support the Special Olympics of New Jersey Summer Games was held Friday and run through Two River Area towns. Middletown police officers carry the torch up Route 35 after members of the Red Bank Police Department handed the torch over on the Coopers Bridge. The run started in South Jersey and ended in Woodbridge.  Photo By Scott Longfield

Published on May 31, 2014 with No Comments

The 31st annual New Jersey Law Enforcement torch run to support the Special Olympics of New Jersey Summer Games was held Friday and run through Two River Area towns. Middletown police officers carry the torch up Route 35 after members of the Red Bank Police Department handed the torch over on the Coopers Bridge. The run started in South Jersey and ended in Woodbridge.  Photo By Scott Longfield

 

The 31st annual New Jersey Law Enforcement torch run to support the Special Olympics of New Jersey Summer Games was held Friday and run through Two River Area towns. Middletown police officers, above, carry the torch north on Route 35 after members of the Red Bank Police Department handed the torch over on the Coopers Bridge. The run started in South Jersey and ended in Woodbridge.

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