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12-075 Pinellas Deputies Compete In The Dunedin Highland Games Tug-Of-War Competition As Five Time Reigning Champs

Who:
Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office
Patrol Operations Bureau

What:  Pinellas County deputies will be competing in the Dunedin Highland Games.  Pinellas is the five time reigning champion of the Tug-of-War competition.

Where:  Dunedin Community Center
1920 County Road 99, Dunedin, FL.

When:  Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 12:00 p.m.

How/Why: 

Pinellas County deputies will be competing in the Dunedin Highland Games this Saturday.  Pinellas deputies are currently the five time reigning champions in the Tug-of-War competion.

A total of six teams from various police and fire departments will be competing in the Tug-of-War event.  This is one of multiple “Heavy Games” occuring at the festival.

Come support your deputies, kilts and all!

For further information on the Dunedin Highland Games, contact Brendan Tierney at (727)798-1005.

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