Are you looking for some "good times" tonight while helping Special Olympics New York? Tonight is your night when Tully's Good Times Restaurants host a "Law & Orders Night."

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We love our Southern Tier Special Olympics athletes and I'm thrilled to see so many companies and organizations doing what they can to help them out. We can add Tully's to the list when local Law Enforcement and Special Olympic New York Athletes will become celebrity waiters tonight (Thursday, May 12th).

Law & Orders Night With Tully's Good Times For Special Olympics New York

The Law (along with wait staff and the amazing athletes) will be taking Orders at Tully's, 4700 Vestal Parkway E in the University Plaza from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 12th.

They'll serve tables, bus, and host for the night to help raise funds for our local athletes. There are over 51,000 athletes and Unified Partners that are a part of Special Olympics New York with over 1,000 athletes in the Southern Tier.

Special Olympics New York

Special Olympics New York programs are offered at no cost to the athlete, their families, or caregivers and this event is one way to help keep it that way. All donations go to directly support the Special Olympics New York athletes.

Not going to be in the Southern Tier tonight but still want to help the Special Olympics New York athletes? You'll be happy to know that all Tully's locations except for Tully's Watertown and Tully's Clarks Summit will be participating tonight.

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