Hawley’s Sean Mork runs the “Torch of Hope”

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Law enforcement from all over the state are relaying the “Flame of Hope” torch over 2,000 miles to St. Paul for the summer games. The torch run is one of the largest fundraising and public awareness events for the Special Olympics.
Sean Mork, who is the Vice-Mayor of Hawley and a Clay County Deputy, Enjoys the run every year.
“I have done it for a few years now and I really look forward to it. The Torch Run has been near and dear to law enforcement and special Olympics is a great organization that I am happy to be a part of,” Mork said.

Hawley Vice-Mayor and Clay County Deputy Sean Mork runs the torch trough Hawley on Highway 10.

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