On November 14, 2019 at Route 18 park in Centreville, Off Duty Maryland State Troopers, civilians, friends and families teamed up with Special Olympics Upper Eastern Shore Maryland to share in friendl

On November 14, 2019 at Route 18 park in Centreville, Off Duty Maryland State Troopers, civilians, friends and families teamed up with Special Olympics Upper Eastern Shore Maryland to share in friendly competition on Thursday afternoon.

For the second year in a row, the Maryland State Police Centreville Barrack organized a community event consisting of volunteers, families and friends to provide support for the Upper Shore Team of the Special Olympics.

Six teams participated. Each team consisted of eight to ten State Troopers and two Athletes from the local Special Olympics organization. Over sixty members of the Maryland State Police voluntarily participated in this year’s event which resulted in representation from the Maryland State Police Centreville Barrack, Easton Barrack, JFK Highway Barrack, Criminal Enforcement Division, Automotive Safety Division and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division.

Again, this year, the Centreville Barrack Team brought home the championship trophy but “all that participated won”.

Tremendous support was provided by Queen Anne’s County Parks and Recreation, Mrs. Sharon Myrick of Special Olympics Upper Eastern Shore and Fsgt. Andrew Williams of MSP RAPID. Over $1000 dollars in donations were raised to our support local Athletes.

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