Cumulus Radio Bloomington has teamed up with Carle BroMenn Medical Center, to bring you a live, virtual Chase for Champions event on Thursday, October 29th.
Chase for Champions is a community event centered around the service of Public Safety Responders in the McLean County and El Paso areas. Firefighters, police officers, emergency medical service providers and 911 telecommunicators will be recognized and honored for the work and support they provide in our communities.
Chase for Champions Virtual Event
October 29, 2020
5:15 pm – online check-in
5:45 – 6:30 pm – virtual event
More than 50 silent auction items will be featured and a Hearts on Fire diamond necklace raffle
Proceeds from this event will benefit the newly renovated Carle BroMenn Behavioral Health Unit and will provide educational scholarships to our selected 2020 champions.
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2020 Chase for Champions Finalists:
Ty Carlton – Bloomington Police Department/Sergeant
Jonathan Cleveland – Normal Police Department/Officer
Jacki Clifford – METCOM/Telecommunicator
Shane DeVault – Bloomington Township Fire Protection District/Assistant Chief
Warren Dobson – Normal Police Department/Officer
Tyler Elston – Bloomington Police Department/Patrol Officer
Mitchell Filarski – Bloomington Police Department/Patrol Officer
Jerrad Freeman – Bloomington Police Department/Patrol Officer
Anna French – METCOM/Telecommunicator
Adam Hospelhorn – METCOM/Telecommunicator
Brandon Jones – McLean County Sheriff’s Office/Deputy
Todd Keil – Bloomington Police Department/Retired Sergeant
Brandt Parsley – Bloomington Police Department/Patrol Officer
Jason Simmons – McLean County Sheriff’s Office/Deputy