2019 500 km Provincial Ride

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The annual Law Enforcement Torch Run 500km Bike Ride for Special Olympics Alberta will have law enforcement officers cycling on June 7th from Lethbridge, Ft. McMurray and Calgary and arriving in Edmonton on June 8th to help raise awareness and funds for people with intellectual disabilities.

Alberta Corrections, Alberta Sheriffs, Calgary Police Service, Lethbridge Police Service, RCMP, Animal Services, Blood Tribe Police, Taber Police Service and other Law Enforcement Members will be pedaling the 500km to meet other law enforcement agencies in Edmonton.

Riders will arrive in Edmonton at the Argyll Softball Field (88 St and 66 Ave) on Saturday, June 9th at noon.

Fort McMurray: A send-off event and BBQ will take place on June 7th at 11:00 AM at the South Policing facility located at 150 MacLennan Crescent, all sponsors are welcome to come and meet the riders.

More details for the Lethbridge and Calgary leg of the ride to come.

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Individual riders who raise funds will have a chance at the following incentives
$300- Cycling jersey
$600- Cycling jersey and cycling shorts


Law Enforcement Torch Run is Special Olympics' largest grass-roots fundraiser and public awareness vehicle internationally. In Alberta, 18 agencies in 117 communities contribute to LETR efforts annually, not only with events, but as Guardians of the Flame ensuring the delivery of the Special Flame of Hope to the opening ceremony of Provincial Games and sending off our local athletes to National and World Games.

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