Friday, July 8, 2016

Dunkin’ Donuts Presents St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office a Check for Special Olympics at Grand Opening Celebration

On July 7, Marias Icaza, the owner of the new Dunkin’ Donuts in Leonardtown, presented Sheriff’s Office Detective David Alexander a $1000 check for the Special Olympics Torch Run at their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting Ceremony. Mrs. Icaza stated “The Special Olympics is very dear to my heart. We have a gold medal-winning Olympian, who works for this new storefront, and it is amazing to watch him grow as a person and develop his independence in such a wonderful work environment. I love giving back to the local community, and this is my way of contributing.” 

Also in attendance for the presentation and ribbon cutting was Mayor Dan Burris, Maryland State Senator Steve Waugh, State Delegate Matthew Morgan, St. Mary’s County Commissioners James Guy & Todd Morgan, Leonardtown Commissioner Jay Mattingly and Town Administrator Laschelle McKay.

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, on behalf of Sheriff Tim Cameron and the men and women of the Sheriff’s Office, extend our appreciation to Marias Icaza and Dunkin Donuts for their gracious donation.
Special Olympics Athlete, Detective David Alexander, Marias Icaza, owner of Dunkin' Donuts, pose for a picture with the donation check.
Also in attendance for the presentation and ribbon cutting was Mayor Dan Burris, Maryland State Senator Steve Waugh, State Delegate Matthew Morgan, St. Mary’s County Commissioners James Guy & Todd Morgan, Leonardtown Commissioner Jay Mattingly and Town Administrator Laschelle McKay.
Detective David Alexander, Torch Run Coordinator, poses for a picture with his great-granddaughter, daughter, and wife, who volunteer to help with the Torch Run for Special Olympics.



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