Many were smiling at the Old Chicago restaurant off I-25's Woodmen exit in Colorado Springs as patrons got an unexpected surprise as they came in to dine on Saturday.
Three Special Olympians greeted customers while the El Paso Sheriff's Office officers waited on tables.
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Pueblo, CO May 25, 2011 - Law enforcement officers from the Pueblo Police Department, Pueblo County Sheriff's Department, Colorado Department of Corrections, and the Colorado State Patrol are expected to carry the Special Olympics Colorado torch, the Flame of Hope, through the streets of Pueblo County on May 25, 2011.... more »
It takes a brave soul to jump into icy water, but at least this one is for a good cause.
The second Polar Plunge will benefit Special Olympics in the Colorado Springs area. The Plunge invites participants (under 18 requires parent or guardian signature) to take a dip in... more »
A man from Pueblo is out to prove disabilities can't get in the way of your dreams. Jeremy Rodriguez struggles with certain basic skills like reading, but when it comes to lifting weights, his coaches say he's in a league of his own. "Jeremy is a machine," said his coach... more »
Pikes Peak area law enforcement once again step up to help Special Olympics. Thursday afternoon the Special Olympics torch run made it's way through El Paso and Teller counties. More than 100 law enforcement personnel took part in the run today At a Flame of Hope ceremony in fron of... more »
Local law enforcement is continuing a long tradition of helping people with intellectual disabilities. The Special Olympics torch run was held in Pueblo this morning. Members of the Pueblo Police Department and the Pueblo County Sheriff's Office hit the pavement to raise money for the organization. Over the years, Pueblo... more »
The year's State Winter Games for the Special Olympics has been saved with a donation of about $80,000.
The event at Copper Mountain had been called off for lack of money. But Special Olympics Colorado tells The Denver Post that the games are back on thanks to an anonymous... more »
Some Colorado Springs and Fountain police officers are working for tips to make a little extra money. That money will go to a special charity.
It's not often you get waited on at a restaurant by someone with a sidearm, but today at the Peak Grill, just off of... more »