Londonderry police and firefighters rise to fundraising challenge
Traditionally, members of the Londonderry fire and police departments have made a sizeable donation to the Londonderry Lions Club to support the camp.
“They stepped up and presented me with personal checks signed to Camp Pride,” he said.
Halfway into the game, several members of the local police force slipped checks into Detective Chris Olson’s hands.
For the past four years, the police team has won the annual event that’s sparked much friendly rivalry over the years. Friday’s game was no exception: the police took home the coveted trophy with a final score of 16 to 8.
Called out by former Town Councilor Mark Oswald to participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS, the Londonderry firefighters returned to the field, splashing buckets of frigid water over their own heads and drenching Fire Chief Darren O’Brien.
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