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News Release
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Media Relations
   
   
Kids from the Greig Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center Showcase their Artwork at an Exclusive Exhibit NA12102SF

WHAT:
Youth art show and exhibit

WHEN:
Friday, May 4, 2012
6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

WHERE:
Greig Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center
8721 Wilbur Avenue
Northridge, CA  91324   

WHO:
Devonshire Area Police Activity League Supporters (PALS) Past Board Member
Ingrid Skillman-Hudshon, Artist and PALS Art Teacher and Exhibit Director
Police Officers from Devonshire Division
Kids and young artists from the Greig Smith LAPD Devonshire Youth Center

WHY:
To showcase more than 100 pieces of artwork created by kids who participate in the Devonshire Area PALS Youth Center Art Program under the direction of Ingrid Skillman-Hudshon.

The primary goal of the Devonshire Area Police Activity League Supporters (PALS) is to develop character in youth, prevent juvenile crime and create safer communities by giving kids a fun place to play and learn.  The program is based on the principle that if young people are reached early enough, they can develop strong, positive attitudes toward police officers and respect for the law.

For additional information please contact PALS Executive Administrator Sue Bruno 818-885-6432, or visit: www.devonshire-pals.org.


     
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