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News Release
Friday, November 13, 1998
Media Relations
   
   
LA County Race for Cure

LOS ANGELES POLICE DEPARTMENT
PRESS RELEASE

LOS ANGELES COUNTY RACE FOR THE CURE
On Sunday, November 15, 1998, from 8:30 to 11:30 am, at the Pasadena Rose Bowl, Los Angeles Police Department officers will close ranks in support of Captain Candace Brady, and participate in the LOS ANGELES COUNTY RACE FOR THE CURE.

Captain Brady, who is the Commanding Officer for Devonshire Area's Operations Support Division, is a breast cancer survivor. Breast cancer is the leading killer of women ages 35-54. This year an estimated 182,000 American women will die (one every 11 minutes).

Proceeds from this event will benefit local education, screening and treatment for underprivileged communities in the Los Angeles County Area, support programs for breast cancer survivors and their families, and national research.

Los Angeles Police Department's Devonshire Area Operations Support Division will field a team in Support of Captain Brady. The team's tailgate will be located in booth number 5.

Members of the media are encouraged to attend this event and help promote this noble cause.

For additional information, contact LAPD Media Relations Section, at (213) 485-3586.


For Release 8:45 am PST
November 13, 1998



     
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