WATERTOWN — Dunkin’ and local law enforcement teamed up Thursday to raise money for Special Olympics New York.
State troopers, Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies and city police officers were at the Dunkin’ locations on Arsenal Street and Washington Street from 6 to 10 a.m., standing in line with representatives from Special Olympics New York and talking with customers about the programs.
Outreach took place at Dunkin’ stores across the state and was set to raise tens of thousands of dollars just in the central region. The money will go toward making sure Special Olympics athletes, their families and caretakers don’t have to pay to participate each year.
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