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News Release
Thursday, December 5, 2002
Media Relations
   
   
Metropolitan Officers Escort Santa to Gift Giveaway

 

 

Who:
Santa Claus

What:
Los Angeles Police Department, Metropolitan Division Officers conduct Children’s Gift Giveaway

Where:
Marina Children’s Center, 4908 Westlawn Avenue, Los Angeles

When:
Friday, December 6, 2002 - 10:00 a.m.

Los Angeles: Officers from LAPD’s elite Metropolitan Division will be conducting their third annual gift giveaway to low income children. This years event will be held at Marina Children’s Center where 120 excited children will be receiving gifts from Santa Claus. Santa will be escorted to the Children’s Center by full police escort with lights and siren wailing.

The gifts Santa will be delivering were all purchased and donated by LAPD officers.

For further information, contact Officer Al Mendoza or Officer Juan Reyes at LAPD’s Metropolitan Division, 213-485-6091.



     
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