Police barbecue raises $5,500 for Special Olympics

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Police serving the community took on a new meaning
at the Salmon Barbecue
Photo by Jerry Pickard

The numbers are in and the Lake Forest Park Police raised $5,500 for Special Olympics with their salmon barbecue at the LFP Farmers' Market on Sunday, September 14, 2014.

Things were a little smoky!
Photo by Jerry Pickard

Police sold tickets for a full meal deal - grilled salmon, garlic bread, salad, drinks, ice cream - for an appreciative public.

Andrea Bishop won the raffle.
Chief Steve Sutton on right
Photo courtesy LFP Police

In addition, they sold raffle tickets. The grand prize winner was Andrea Bishop, who scored tickets to the UW vs Stanford game.

Icicle Seafood donated the salmon
Photo by Jerry Pickard

All the food was donated, including Icicle Seafood's donation of 100 pounds of wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon, so all the money collected went to the Special Olympics.

Even a place to sit, eat, and visit
Photo by Jerry Pickard


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