Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics06-07-17
Photos by John Ehlke
Martin Schulteis with the Washington County Sheriff's Department, right, pumps his fist as he approaches the finish line holding the flame of hope running with running with Matthew Rohlinger with the West Bend Police Department during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Tim Dehring with the West Bend Police Department puts his arm around Special Olympics athlete Melissa Lepak of West Bend as they talk about the different sports she participates in before the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Ryan Roeglin with the West Bend Police Department hides from Colton Lepak, 7, of West Bend as the two have a friendly race before the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Special Olympics athlete Melissa Lepak of West Bend smiles a she holds the torch and two West Bend Police Department officers hands as a group shot is taken before the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Betty Brunner of West Bend talks about her late husband, Dale, during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. Dale Brunner, a retired  law enforcement official,was Wisconsin's first torch run director.  The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. <br/><br/> Chad Beres with the Washington County Sheriff's Department smiles as he holds the flame of hope during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Chad Beres with the Washington County Sheriff's Department, center, approaches the finish line of the first lap holding the flame of hope during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. Chad Beres with the Washington County Sheriff's Department smiles as he holds the flame of hope during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin. The flame of hope is held by Brian Scharinger of the West Bend Police Department as he and others run up a hill during the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics of Wisconsin on Wednesday afternoon at Regner Park in West Bend. The torch will be carried to Stevens Point where the summer games for the Special Olympics of Wisconsin will begin on Thursday.Last year, the Law Enforcement Torch Run  raised-state-wide- $2.2 million for Special Olympics of Wisconsin.
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