Special Olympics Torch travels through Central Georgia | News
Warner Robins police officers laced up their shoes today to run for some special athletes.
Throughout the state, police officers are participating in the annual Special Olympics Torch Run. It passed through Warner Robins on Wednesday.
Runners lined up at the intersection of Houston Lake and Feagin Mill roads and made their way to the Law Enforcement Center.The torch run aims to raise awareness about Special Olympics in the community.
Georgia's summer Special Olympics begin May 30 at Emory University in Atlanta. More than 1,800 athletes are expected to attend the event. The games are free and open to the public.
For more information on Georgia's Special Olympics visit specialolympicsga.org.