Police Versus Firefighters Hockey Game Raises Thousands In Anne Arundel County


The Anne Arundel County Police Department and the Anne Arundel County Fire Department raised $11,150.48 for the American Liver Foundation at this Aug. 26 hockey game in Odenton. (Courtesy of the Anne Arundel County Police Department)

ODENTON, MD - Anne Arundel County police officers and firefighters squared off in a hockey game recently to raise money for charity. 

The police officers won the Aug. 26 match-up 8-3 at the Piney Orchard Ice Arena in Odenton. 

The game raised more than $11,000, Anne Arundel County Police Department spokesperson Marc Limansky told Patch in a Tuesday email.

"This year's game proceeds, totaling $11,150.48, were donated to the American Liver Foundation in loving memory of Mrs. Marlene Locke, beloved mother of Anne Arundel County Officer PFC Tommy Locke," Limansky said. "Tremendous thanks to the AACOPD Team Coach, Lori Daughters, and Team Captain, Chris Neall, for their exceptional leadership."

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department also applauded the effort.

"Thank you to everyone who came out to the Firefighters vs Police Officers hockey game," the fire department said on Facebook. "We had a great time cheering on both teams and raising money for the American Liver Foundation Congratulations to the Police Officers on winning the game. We look forward to the event next year."

Photos from the game are posted here.

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