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Pierson School Students Enjoy Special Olympic Torch Passing

The Special Olympics Torch passed in front of Abraham Pierson School on June 9 and all the kids turned out to cheer on and high five the Chief of Police Vincent DeMaio as he and other officers carried the torch toward New Haven. The Special Olympics games took place in Greater New Haven from June 9 to 11.

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The Special Olympic Torch passed infront of Abraham Pierson School and all the kids turned out to cheer and high five the Chief of Police Vincent DeMaio on as he carried the torch, and the other officers that ran with him.

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The Special Olympic Torch passed infront of Abraham Pierson School and all the kids turned out to cheer and high five the Chief of Police Vincent DeMaio on as he carried the torch, and the other officers that ran with him.

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The Special Olympic Torch passed infront of Abraham Pierson School and all the kids turned out to cheer and high five the Chief of Police Vincent DeMaio on as he carried the torch, and the other officers that ran with him.

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The Special Olympic Torch passed infront of Abraham Pierson School and all the kids turned out to cheer and high five the Chief of Police Vincent DeMaio on as he carried the torch, and the other officers that ran with him.

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The Special Olympic Torch passed infront of Abraham Pierson School and all the kids turned out to cheer and high five the Chief of Police Vincent DeMaio on as he carried the torch, and the other officers that ran with him.

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