Sunday, May 4, 2014

Joliet Junior College Police Department Raises Funds for Special Olympics Illinois


 The Joliet Junior College Police Department recently held a spaghetti dinner to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois.  


Police Officer Randy Graves said he would like to thank the JJC Police Department, the entire JJC educational community, and cafeteria for their overwhelming support of Special Olympics Illinois: "During this fundraiser, we sold out of spaghetti in the first hour of the event; we then served mostaccioli; moved on to pasta shells, and finally bow tie pasta to feed our supporters. We sold more dinners during the first hour than we did in last year's entire Inaugural Event!  Thank you everyone for contributing to the success of our Special Olympics fundraiser!"  

Joliet Junior College Police Officers and volunteers serve spaghetti dinners to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois. 



Jeanne Lindholm, Records Department, JJC Police Department and Daryl Parsons, Department Secretary, JJC Police Department sell Torch Run Merchandise to raise funds for Special Olympics Illinois

Helping to sell dinner tickers were: Seated, L to R: Barb Courter, Plainfield  School District 202 Vocational Coordinator and Dee Graves, Plainfield School District 202 Assistant Director of Student Services;  Standing L to R: JJC Police Chief Pete Comanda, P.O. Regan Ready, and P.O. Randy Graves.

Joliet Junior College Police Officers hold a spaghetti dinner to raise money for Special Olympics Illinois