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Special Olympics Colorado raffle pickup on display at Weld Sheriff’s Office A p…
Special Olympics Colorado raffle pickup on display at Weld Sheriff’s Office
A pickup up for raffle by Special Olympics Colorado is on display through the end of the week at the Weld County Sheriff’s Office.
The pickup, a new 2019 Ford F-150 XLT SuperCrew, arrived today at the Weld County Jail, 2110 O St. in Greeley. It will be on display through Friday, alternating daily between the jail parking lot and the Weld County Sheriff’s Office Administration Building, 1950 O St. The truck next travels to the Greeley Police Department, 2875 W. 10th St.
The Ford F-150, which has an MSRP of just over $54,000, was donated by several Ford dealers based in Colorado. It is being raffled by Special Olympics Colorado Law Enforcement Torch Run. All proceeds benefit Special Olympics Colorado.
Raffle tickets cost $25 a piece, $50 for three or $100 for seven. To enter, visit the truck at the sheriff’s office and scan the QR code or go to www.specialolympicsco.org/fordraffle/. Due to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, raffle tickets are only available online.
Tickets will be sold through Nov. 2. The drawing takes place at 11:30 a.m. Nov. 10 at the Special Olympics Colorado State Office, 12450 E. Arapahoe Road, Suite C, in Centennial. You must be a Colorado resident to be eligible to win the truck.
For rules and additional information, visit www.specialolympicsco.org/fordraffle/.
Reaffirming its commitment to protect and provide water resources for Weld Count…
Reaffirming its commitment to protect and provide water resources for Weld County residents and the agricultural industry, the Weld County Board of Commissioners recently passed a resolution expressing continued support for the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP).
“Having a sufficient water supply is important to maintaining our state-leading agricultural industry as well as accommodating the growth of our county, which is expected to double in population by 2050,” Commissioner Chair Mike Freeman said. “The NISP will help both of those efforts greatly.”
Read more at www.weldgov.com.
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