Langley Special Olympics athletes involved in the torch run were Chris Lakusta

Torch run for Special Olympians

On Tuesday, May 31 the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics BC came to Langley.

On Tuesday, May 31 the 2016 Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics BC came to Langley.

The run started and finished at the Langley RCMP detachment.

The Law Enforcement Torch Run is a global movement that raises vital funds and awareness for Special Olympics.

Since 1990, the BC Law Enforcement Torch Run have been dedicated supporters of Special Olympics BC with Law Enforcement Torch Run members around the province leading a variety of fundraising events throughout the year, raising more then $3 million to date.

Langley Special Olympics athletes involved in the torch run were Chris Lakusta, Christine Magnusson, Nicole VandeVelde, Joshua Low, Jaykob Low and Andrea Zonneveld.

The BC Law Enforcement Torch Run visited Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Langley, Surrey and White Rock on Tuesday, May 31.

On June 1 it was in Burnaby, North Vancouver/West Vancouver. On June 2 it came through Mission, Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows and Port Moody/Coquitlam. Then on June 3 the torch went to New Westminster, Richmond and Delta/Ladner.

 

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