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November 22, 1995
A popular after-school program housed in downtown San Pedro's First United Methodist Church has received a $20,000 grant from an anonymous South Bay charitable organization. The contribution allows the center to expand its operations from two to five days a week. "A Place for Us" is managed by 20 volunteers from the Beacon House Assn., an alcoholic residential recovery center for men.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 14, 1998
In an effort to keep students in class and out of trouble, the Los Angeles Police Department's Harbor Division began a zero-tolerance anti-truancy crackdown Tuesday in cities surrounding the Port of Los Angeles. "We've found that daytime burglaries and crimes are high, and if we had less kids out there, we could concentrate on the bad folks instead of the truants," said Det. Richard Simmons. "If the kids aren't in school, they're not learning.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 14, 1998
In an effort to keep students in class and out of trouble, the Los Angeles Police Department's Harbor Division began a zero-tolerance anti-truancy crackdown Tuesday in cities surrounding the Port of Los Angeles. "We've found that daytime burglaries and crimes are high, and if we had less kids out there, we could concentrate on the bad folks instead of the truants," said Det. Richard Simmons. "If the kids aren't in school, they're not learning.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1995
A popular after-school program housed in downtown San Pedro's First United Methodist Church has received a $20,000 grant from an anonymous South Bay charitable organization. The contribution allows the center to expand its operations from two to five days a week. "A Place for Us" is managed by 20 volunteers from the Beacon House Assn., an alcoholic residential recovery center for men.
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