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News Release
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Media Relations
   
   
First Annual Woman's Motivational Fundraiser NA10120ne

“Tea in Our Village”

What:            
LAPD’s Southeast Division in collaboration with the Bradley/Milken Family Source will host a fundraiser event for at risk young women.

When:       
Saturday, May 15, 2010 10 a.m.

Where:     
Bradley Milken Family Source Center
1773 E. Century Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90002
        
Who:        
Captain Gina Sanders, Commanding Patrol Officer, Southeast Area
Bradley/ Milken Family Source Center Representatives
Southeast Area Officers
Southeast Area Cadets
Community Members

Why:       
Many young women are being lost to drugs, gang affiliations, prostitution, running away and many other negative distractions.  The LAPD and the Bradley Milken Family Source Center hope to reach out to the young women and break this cycle.  Southeast Cadets felt the need to make a difference in their community and joined together to form a “Tea Party” where they will sit down and create a dialogue to discuss ways for improving the lives of these young women.

Contact:     
For more information contact Officer Lucy Mc Kenzie at 213-972-7964.

     
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