FALLSTON, Md. —
The Harford County Sheriff’s Office is teaming adult with Dunkin Donuts to assistance lift income for Special Olympics Maryland.
Sheriff’s deputies took to a rooftops of Dunkin Donuts locations around Harford County for a Cops on Rooftops fundraiser, that helps to lift concession income for a Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge.
Money collected during a eventuality will be donated to a Special Olympics in a name of a super plunger of a donator’s choice.
“It’s easy to get behind a Special Olympics. Any income that we lift fundamentally is designed to assistance account those athletes to make certain they have all from transport income to apparatus to a training they need to compete. So, we mean, how can we not get behind some of a many volatile people we are ever going to accommodate in a lifetime?” Harford County sheriff’s Lt. Marc Junkerman said.
The military thrust starts Friday, Jan. 19, and runs by Saturday morning, when a categorical Polar Bear Plunge begins.