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    West Hollywood Sheriff’s Foundation to Host Annual Golf Tournament in Honor of Fallen Deputies

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    The West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station is hosting their 19th Annual Sunset Classic Golf Tournament on Friday, September 8th honoring their fallen deputies with special guest
    Sean Kanang. The Sunset Classic is organized by the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Foundation and benefits the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station personnel by providing them with the necessary resources, training, and tools they need. Additionally, it allows the station to host critical events such as the Civilian Police Academy and various briefings such as the Pulse Nightclub Briefing with the FBI.

    This year’s tournament is taking place at DeBell Golf Club, 1500 E. Walnut Avenue in Burbank.

    This year’s event will honor of the late Lieutenant Jimmy Farrell, Reserve Deputy Harry Morton (end of watch November 23, 2019), Detective Amber Leist, (end of watch January 12, 2020), and deputy Soo H. Kim (end of watch, August 21, 2020).

    WeHo Sheriff is searching for some last-minute tournament sponsors. The West Hollywood Sheriff’s Foundation is a 501(c)3 and contributions are tax deductible. Information regarding sponsorships is listed on the flyer and is a great opportunity to connect and interact with your local command staff, deputies, civilian staff, and volunteers. Your participation and sponsorship of this tournament will directly benefit the personnel of the West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station. Please contact Sgt. Mike Yost at 310.358.4050 or Lt. Fanny Lapkin at [email protected].

    The West Hollywood Sheriff’s Foundation is a nonprofit organization formed to assist local law enforcement. It is a coalition between law enforcement personnel and members of the West Hollywood community to promote public safety, raise funds to purchase equipment and crime prevention materials, provide training opportunities, and aid various programs to support West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station.

    The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s West Hollywood Station provides law enforcement services for the City of West Hollywood and the unincorporated Universal CityWalk. The West Hollywood station is led by Captain William Moulder.

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