On Tuesday September 16th, Chief Paul Cook and current and former members of the North Bay Police Service, as well as members of the Byrnes family presented a $3,000 cheque to the Canadian Mental Health Association. The money was raised following the very successful inauguration of the Dave Byrnes Memorial Slo-Pitch Tournament over the weekend. The co-ed charity tournament was organized by members of the NBPS in honour of Sergeant David Byrnes and his 40 years of service. Sgt. Byrnes passed away in December 2012, just 10 months after his retirement from the NBPS. The donation to the CMHA was made in Constable Andrew Keating's name. Cst Keating passed away in May this year, following four years of service with the NBPS.
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The Law Enforcement Torch Ride is a celebration of the motorcycle industry, motorcycle enthusiasts, Law Enforcement Motorcycle Clubs/Emergency Services and their support of Special Olympics Ontario.
In North Bay, the Torch Ride will take place on Saturday, September 20th, 2014. This year's Torch Ride will support the 2015 Special Olympics Ontario Winter Games, which are taking place in North Bay from January 29th to February 1st, 2015.
Collect donations from all your friends, family, co-workers, and anyone who would like to see you ride through your community! The registration fee is $40 per person to participate. This fee will be waived if you fundraise a minimum of $200. For details on how to register, visit the North Bay Law Enforcement Torch Ride page.
Visit Google Maps for the LE Torch Ride Route.