Local law enforcement is trading in their handcuffs to spend the evening at Spaghetti Eddie’s raising money for the Special Olympics.
Police officers, detectives, California highway patrol officers and deputy sheriffs will be serving each table during the Tip-A-Cop event on Thursday, April 28 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. 100 percent of the tips collected by the law enforcement benefit local Special Olympics.
Last year, Spaghetti Eddie’s raised $3,400 at this annual event, which helped fund the 2015 Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles hosted by Azusa Pacific University, the City of Azusa, the City of Duarte and the City of Glendora.
This is Spaghetti Eddie’s fourth annual Tip-A-Cop night, and each year the event has grown in participation.
General Manager, Teri Bainbridge, hopes to raise at least $4,000 at this year’s event.
“It’s such an important event for us because we are able to help a local chapter of the Special Olympics. It’s our job to be part of this community and pay it forward ,” she said.
Glendora Chief of Police Timothy Staab, Glendora Police Chaplin Karen Davis and other city officials may be in attendance.
To reserve a table, call 626-963-0267