MEDWAY — Superintendent Armand Pires is pleased to announce that Medway Public Schools students competed in Special Olympics activities recently.
MANSFIELD — Superintendent Teresa Murphy and Director of Special Education Jim Leonard are pleased to announce that Mansfield Public Schools hosted a district-wide Special Olympics event last week.
King Philip Regional High School Recognized as Special Olympics Massachusetts Unified Champion School
Superintendent Paul Zinni is pleased to announce that King Philip Regional High School has been recognized by Special Olympics Massachusetts as an official Special Olympics Massachusetts Unified Champion School.
Chief Michael P. Murphy is pleased to announce that the North Reading Police Department participated in the Cruiser Convoy as part of the 2018 Special Olympics Massachusetts Summer Games.
Rochester Police Officer to Light Cauldron at Special Olympics State Summer Games Opening Ceremonies
ROCHESTER — Chief Paul Toussaint is pleased to announce that Community Engagement Officer Kyle Danie will light the ceremonial cauldron to signify the start of the Special Olympics New Hampshire State Summer Games later this week.
Bedford Police Officers and Firefighters to Participate in Polar Plunge to Raise Money for Special Olympics
Police Chief Robert Bongiorno and Fire Chief David Grunes are pleased to announce that members of the Bedford Police and Fire departments will be taking part in the Polar Plunge at Long Lake Beach in Littleton this weekend, to raise money for Special Olympics Massachusetts.
BEDFORD, N.H. — Chief John Bryfonski is pleased to announce that the Bedford Police Department participated in this year’s Law Enforcement Torch Run to benefit their local Special Olympics team.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Leonard Campanello is pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department donated $3,031 to the Special Olympics as a result of the department’s participation in the “Growing Hair ‘Cus We Care” initiative.
BEDFORD — Chief John Bryfonski is pleased to announce that members of the Bedford Police Department will be growing out their facial hair this month to raise money for the community’s Special Olympics team.
GLOUCESTER — Chief Leonard Campanello and Police Department Employee Christina Melillo, who is also the Finance and Fundraising Chair for the Cape Ann Division of Special Olympics, are pleased to announce that the Gloucester Police Department is showing its support for the Special Olympics of Massachusetts through the 2015 Annual Calendar Raffle fundraiser and a number of other fundraising events.