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Police Race For Charity Ice Event On February 8
M&M Icebreakers president Don Lorenz, Jr. (center) announces a first in local ice racing- in a city police vs county deputies showdown taking place Saturday night, February 8. Racing on behalf of their charity of choice -the winners will take home a traveling trophy and $500 donated in their name. The losing team will also receive $100 for their chosen charity. Eight Icebreaker race teams have donated their non-studded rear wheel drive cars for the law enforcement teams to use and mangle at their leisure!
Police officer Bruce Furst (left) will lead a 4-man crack squad of city officers against a 4-man county deputy team led by Chris Tonn (right), in the charity race on the Menekaunee ice flats. The charity race will be the last heat of Saturday nights Icebreaker crown jewel- night racing on Lake Michigan.
The county deputies have chosen Outfitters 4 Patriots, a non-profit from Pulaski -that helps disabled vets and children with hunting opportunities and equipment. The city officers have chosen the M&M Animal Shelter.
Race entry and fan information is available from Icebreaker secretary Jen Konyn at 715-935-2152.
Editors Note: Neither Marinette County nor the City of Marinette are officially sanctioning this event. Officers from both jurisdictions have volunteered their off-duty time for this charity event.
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