Support the North Hollywood Division of LAPD, including the Jeopardy and the Cadet programs.
North Hollywood and surrounding neighbors will come together again this April 7 to support our Los Angeles Police Department and the Jeopardy and cadet programs. How does NoHo support our officers and the great programs they run? By burgers, of course.
LAPD Officers will be on-duty all day and evening at the Counter Restaurant, serving up the BEST BURGERS in town. This is a fun way to have a meal while supporting our police department. Remember 20% of your bill goes to the LAPD PALS – this includes takeout too. Your participation today makes for a better community tomorrow!
WHERE: 12117 Ventura Blvd • Studio City • CA 91604
Free parking behind the restaurant
WHEN: Monday, April 7th • Lunch 11:00–3:00 • Dinner 5:00–9:00
HOW: Click on the flier below, print out the flier, head over to The Counter and enjoy your meal and the great service.
“We have one of the best cadet programs in the city. The outstanding community support allows many of our kids to do things they may never have been able to do, if it was not for this program. Please come out and support the North Hollywood PALS program and enjoy some outstanding food,” says LAPD Senior Lead Officer John Catalano
Why it is important to support this North Hollywood fundraiser?
P.A.L. – Police Activity League
The Police Activities League is a youth crime prevention program that relies on educational, athletic and other recreational activities to cement a bond between police officers and the youth in our community. It is based on the conviction that young people – if they are reached early enough — can develop strong, positive attitudes towards police officers and the law. Studies have shown that if a young person respects a police officer on the ball field or in the gym, he or she will likely come to respect the laws that police officers enforce. Such respect is beneficial to the young person, the police officer, the neighborhood, and the business community.
The Police Activities League promotes trust and understanding between young people and police officers by bringing youth under the supervision and constructive influence of dedicated law enforcement professionals. The program also enhances public awareness about the role of police officers, including the reinforcement of responsible values and attitudes taught by parents.
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