Local Applebee's Host "Law And Orders" For Special Olympians

Officers throughout the region teamed up with Applebee’s and Special Olympics New York for “Law and Orders” yesterday. The event raises awareness for individuals with disabilities, and raises funds to benefit Special Olympic athletes in New York. Locally, the event was held at Applebee's locations in Camillus, Clay, Dewitt, and North Syracuse, along with several other locations throughout Central New York. Officers got to meet the athletes and talk about their events, which put a smile on everyone’s face. You can read more about the event here: FOX 40 - Binghamton

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Miller Coors canned water instead of beer to help people affected by Hurricane Florence. They’re donating 200,000 cans of water that will be distributed to the Red Cross and community shelters housing people during the storm. The company says they hope the donation provides some relief and comfort to residents and first responders. Lending a hand and some water isn’t anything new for the beer brewers. Last year Miller Coors donated 550,000 cans of drinking water to Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean after Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Read more here: USA Today

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