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The Lansing Journal Journeys: Law Enforcement Torch Run in Lansing

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Submitted by Cathy White

On Tuesday morning, the Lansing Police Department participated in the statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run to support Special Olympics Illinois. Cathy and Ron White were among the residents who came out to support the cause.

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Cathy and Ron White watch the Law Enforcement Torch Run on Burnham and Otto Street on Tuesday, June 4. (Photo: Cathy White)
Runners in the Law Enforcement Torch Run come over the hill near Ace Pizza in Lansing. (Photo: Cathy White)
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Special Olympians joined LPD runners during the Torch Run on Tuesday, June 4. (Photo: Cathy White)
Lansing Mayor Patty Eidam (in blue) and trustees Maureen-Grady Perovich and Brian Hardy (holding tandem bike) participated in the Torch Run, which supports Special Olympics Illinois. (Photo: Cathy White)

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Josh Bootsma
Josh Bootsma
Josh is Managing Editor at The Lansing Journal and believes in the power and purpose of community news. He covers any local topics—from village government to theatre, from business openings to migratory birds.

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