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The Santa Monica Police Department Harbor Patrol Keeps a Watchful Eye on the Pacific Waters

By Christoper Ho

Stationed inside a watchtower at the end of the Santa Monica Pier, the Santa Monica Police Department (SMPD) Harbor Patrol stands watch 24 hours, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Continued here...

Discover the Santa Monica Family YMCA - A Hidden Treasure
The Santa Monica Family YMCA invites you to discover the wonderful facilities, programs, and classes that are offered for all ages. The Y’s Annual Open House is Saturday, January 10, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Bring your friends and family for a tour of the Y. All guests receive a complimentary one-week guest pass to try out the Y. Continued here...



A Guide to the Transportation Options for Westside Seniors

By Kathy Macaraeg

They say, “Nobody walks in L.A.,” but what can we do when we can no longer drive? It may seem like reducing or giving up your driving altogether will limit your lifestyle. But there are actually many transportation options available to make sure you can keep living a full and active life. Continued here...

SuperBowl-A-Thon February 6

SuperBowl-A-Thon 19 will be held on February 6 at the Bay Shore Lanes. Several bowlers, representing businesses, social service agencies, and local government will bowl for charity. Proceeds go to the Westside Shelter Hunger Coalition. Shown is SMPD Chief, Jacquie Seabrooks who came to the kickoff for the event last month. Call 310-314-0071 for more details.



What You May Not Know About Insurance

By Susan Potter

It’s officially winter in California. How do we know this? Because it’s been raining. Yes, the rest of the country is freezing. There’s snow everywhere, highways are closed. We see it every day on the news channels. With the rain comes destruction for those of us who live in areas that have no shrubbery to retain soil, or debris basins that then become clogged with mud. Continued here...



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