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News Release
Thursday, November 8, 2007
Media Relations
   
   
LAPD Participates in Hook and Book Event

WHAT:
Hollenbeck Police Activities League Charity Fundraising Event

WHEN:
Friday, November 9, 2007
5 PM to 6 PM

WHERE:
International Institute of Los Angeles
435 South Boyle Avenue, Los Angeles

WHO:
Chief William J. Bratton
Representatives from Hollenbeck Police Activities League

The fundraising goal of the Hook and Book event is to raise $15,000. The funds raised will be directed toward the cost of operating the Police Activities league’s Learning and Leadership Development and the Sports 4 Kids program. Each year, nearly 700 inner city at-risk youths participate in these two programs.

Participants including Mrs. Bratton (Rikki Klieman) will be photographed and seated on stage behind a fake jail cell. There will be entertainment and dinner during the event.

For more information contact Officer Glenda Brooks, Hollenbeck Police Activities League, at 323-526-3037.


     
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