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MBPD Tip-A-Cop at Tin Roof Bistro to Benefit Special Olympics Athletes

Nov 05, 2017 05:19AM ● By Liz Spear

Tip-A-Cop guests from a previous fundraiser at Tin Roof Bistro in Manhattan Beach.

Officer Robert Schreiber and a Tin Roof Bistro server.

Members of the Manhattan Beach Police Department are gearing up to "serve" diners at Tin Roof Bistro on Tuesday, Nov. 7 from 5-9 p.m. to raise funds for Special Olympics.

Since 2012, MBPD has raised more than $55,000 for local Special Olympics athletes by taking on the roles of hosts and waiters during their Annual Tip-A-Cop event.

During the evening, MBPD staff will collect tips and donations to benefit Special Olympics, which provides athletic training and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities in the South Bay area. Tips and donations are deductible.
MBPD volunteer Paul Curry greeting guests.

 For information about Special Olympics Southern California, visit www.sosc.org.

Dinner reservations are suggested. Call Tin Roof Bistro at (310) 939-0900. The popular restaurant, known for its killer brussels sprouts among other great dishes, is at 3500 N. Sepulveda Boulevard, near Susie Cakes and Wells Fargo Bank in Manhattan Village Mall. 



MBPD Captain Tim Hageman and Tin Roof Bistro staff at event briefing.


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