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Hollywood PAL Kids, COPS , CELEBS Have a "BOWL" - Lucky Strike Lanes Hosts PAL

By G. Ozeri

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A cast comprised of Hollywood's elite came out Sunday evening to support Hollywood’s Future, Bowling with Hollywood Kids and Cops at the  5th ANNUAL HOLLYWOOD PAL CELEBRITY BOWLER & SILENT AUCTION, Fundraiser held on Sunday March 30th 2014 at 5:00 p.m, in the heart of Hollywood at the famous Lucky Strike Lanes 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, Ca, Executive Director Valerie Lord kept the festivities moving. Attendees bowled, ate amazing food and partied with celebrities as PAL kids, mingled with community partners, police officers and other PAL supporters.

The Shooter Diva spotted celebrity friends on the red carpet including Erin Murphy and Kate Linder as The Hollywood Police Activities League Board of Directors held their fifth annual Hollywood PAL Celebrity Bowl to the cheers of the over 450 Kids served by this family-friendly, VIP event.

The Hollywood PAL Celebrity Bowl Fundraiser is a worthy and fun event with all proceeds going directly to support PAL programs. Everything -- from the food to the trophies -- is donated and courtesy of PAL’s incredible partners.

Kate LInder (Young & The Restless) and Eric Murphy (BeWitched) attending 5th Annual The Hollywood PAL Celebrity Bowl Fundraiser on March 30, 2014 at Lucky Strike Hollywood

Of the event's ongoing success, Terri Tilton, PAL Board Member and Chair of the Bowling event, said “This event provides an opportunity for our community and celebrities to interact with our PAL kids and LAPD, allowing us all to gain a greater understanding of Hollywood PAL, our purpose and the youth that we serve.”

A silent auction and raffle raised needed additional funds for the hundreds of kids that Hollywood PAL serves. Hollywood PAL is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

The Hollywood Police Activities League (PAL) is a community-based crime prevention program that provides young people with positive alternatives to gangs and drugs. Through interaction with police officers in recreational, educational, athletic and fine arts activities, young people are given the opportunity to form healthy, positive attitudes toward the police, the society and the laws they represent.

Hollywood PAL serves more than 450 at-risk youth, ages 6-17, annually from Hollywood and surrounding areas of Los Angeles, offering after-school programs six days per week throughout the year.

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Published on Mar 31, 2014

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