Law Enforcement Torch Run Paintball Challenge 2008. When: Saturday - June 21, 2008 Where: Northern Lights Paintball Field - Located 14 miles east of Grande Prairie on Highway 43, then 8 miles north on Range Road 35
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Where: Northern Lights Paintball Field - Located 14 miles east of Grande Prairie on
Highway 43, then 8 miles north on Range Road 35
Entry Fee: $500.00 per team / 5 players per team / 22 Teams Maximum.
- Each team is guaranteed 7 games which Includes
equipment rental and paintballs.
- Top 6 teams move on to the playoffs (Plaques for 1st, 2nd and 3rd.)
- Registration Deadline – June 14, 2008
( * Save $50.00 with Early Registration * )
Who’s Eligible: Law Enforcement Members, Military, Corrections, EMS, Special Olympics Volunteers, Media Personnel, Sponsors, Friends and Family.
Registration Time: 8:00 am System Matches
Captains Meeting: 8:45 am
Challenge Time: 9:00 am
Food: Hot Dogs and Pop will be on sale for the day of the event.
Law Enforcement Torch Run T-Shirts will be available for purchase.
For more information contact: Sheriff Clarence Wesloski
cell: (780) 228-6693
* Proceeds go to Special Olympics Alberta *
How is the Torch Run Helping Special Olympics Alberta? System Matches
Special Olympics Alberta offers programs in 114 communities around the province through 35 Affiliates, each with its own volunteer management Committee, volunteer coaches, and local programs.
There are over 1600 volunteers working with over 3200 athletes in 15 official sports and 4 developing sports in year-round programs.
Competitions take place at the local, provincial, national, and international levels at regular intervals.
Law Enforcement Torch Run and Special Olympics Alberta work very hard to ensure that every dollar raised positively affects each athlete involved in the program.
Involvement in sports helps athletes develop athletic skills, as well as building self-confidence, social skills, sportsmanship, and camaraderie.
Special Olympics Athletes Oath
“Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”