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Country lights and sirens
March 24, 2014, 05:00 AM

The San Mateo Police Activities League went a little bit country March 7 at PAL’s 16th Annual Awards and Recognition Dinner, LIGHTS AND SIRENS, which honored PAL’s corporate partners of the G.R.E.A.T. program (Gang Resistance Education and Training): Kaiser Permanente, Pacific Gas and Electric and the San Mateo-Foster City School District. Among the 425 people who celebrated at the San Mateo County Event Center were (left to right) Seth Gersch, director of the San Francisco 49ers Foundation; Allan Kennedy, a former 49er representing the Northern California Chapter of the NFL Alumni; Susan E. Manheimer, Police Chief of San Mateo; and Dennis Brown, former 49er, Sports Analyst for Comcast SportsNet and PAL Board member, who served as MC of the evening. Event sponsors were Franklin Templeton Investments, Cotchett Petrie & McCarthy LLP, San Mateo County Event Center, PG&E and Bridgepointe Shopping Center. Funds raised support programs for youth in San Mateo and Foster City.

 

 

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