Released on July 22, 2009 - 3:08pm
May 20

Laurel, MD- For many years, the members of the Laurel City Police Department have championed the efforts of the Special Olympics, which creates positive and enduring change in the lives of people with disabilities. Many police officers give of their own time and energy to work with these special athletes, their families, friends, coaches, volunteers, and all who cheer them on. The Special Olympics is a wonderful way to make a difference, and the Tip-A-Cop program is a great fundraiser for that organization.

On Friday and Saturday, May 30 and 31, 2008, Red Lobster Restaurant, located 14368 Baltimore Avenue Laurel, Maryland, will feature local police officers actually waiting on tables, with all of their tips going directly to the Special Olympics. Laurel Police Officers will wait on tables from 5

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