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RO-25th Chelsea Run

A number of recruits from the Reading RO-25th class ran the race to support the local Boy’s and Girl’s Club.  The 6th Annual Chelsea Chase 5k was held on May 5th to raise funds for The Boys and Girls Club and the Chelsea Police Relief Association.

The Boys & Girls Club helps young people, ages 6-18 to build strong character and realize their full potential as responsible citizens and leaders. This event supports programs for the 250 Club members who attend every day, participating in activities that help build values, skills, knowledge, and community.

The Chelsea Police Relief Association’s mission is to provide death benefits to families of officers.

 

Photograph and content of this blog contributed by Academy Director Dan May.

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