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Join us at the Fish House today to help us support Special Olympics Florida with “Tip-a-Cop.” The Pensacola Police Department officers have traded in their handcuffs for the day to spend both lunch and dinner serving you. One hundred percent of the tips you donate to the officers will benefit Special Olympics Florida, which provides sports training and competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The “Tip-a-Cop” program is one of many in which law enforcement personnel organize a variety of community events to raise funds and awareness of needs. 
Pensacola Police officers will serve as celebrity servers, shadowing our Fish House team for lunch service beginning at 11:00 a.m. and then again for dinner service beginning at 5:00 p.m. Uniformed officers will assist with serving and in return will ask for a special “tip” that will be placed in the Special Olympics envelopes that will be provided at each table.

Join us at the Fish House today to help us support Special Olympics Florida with “Tip-a-Cop.” The Pensacola Police Department officers have traded in their handcuffs for the day to spend both lunch and dinner serving you. One hundred percent of the tips you donate to the officers will benefit Special Olympics Florida, which provides sports training and competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities. The “Tip-a-Cop” program is one of many in which law enforcement personnel organize a variety of community events to raise funds and awareness of needs. Pensacola Police officers will serve as celebrity servers, shadowing our Fish House team for lunch service beginning at 11:00 a.m. and then again for dinner service beginning at 5:00 p.m. Uniformed officers will assist with serving and in return will ask for a special “tip” that will be placed in the Special Olympics envelopes that will be provided at each table.

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