Peterborough police and volunteers raise more than $32,000 during Easter Tolls for Special Olympics

Voluntary exit tolls were held at six locations across Peterborough on the Easter weekend

Members of the Peterborough Police Service Auxiliary Unit, Special Constables, Torch Run Team members, Canine Unit Constable Cowie and Police Service Dog Isaac, civilians, Fleming College students, and family members helped to raise $32,000 in donations during the annual Easter Tolls for Special Olympics on April 20, 2019. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough Police Service)
Members of the Peterborough Police Service Auxiliary Unit, Special Constables, Torch Run Team members, Canine Unit Constable Cowie and Police Service Dog Isaac, civilians, Fleming College students, and family members helped to raise $32,000 in donations during the annual Easter Tolls for Special Olympics on April 20, 2019. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough Police Service)

The Peterborough Police Service and volunteers have raised more than $32,000 during the annual Easter Tolls for Special Olympics.

Voluntary exit tolls were held at six locations across Peterborough on Saturday (April 20).

Members of the Auxiliary Unit, Special Constables, Torch Run Team members, Canine Unit Constable Cowie and Police Service Dog Isaac, civilians, Fleming College students, and family members participated in the voluntary toll collection.

For almost 25 years, the tolls have been held the same Saturday and residents have continued to give generously every year.

The funds will support special athletes in Peterborough and across the province for sports and other important programs.

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