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Kickin’ Cancer 5K Walk/Run on San Vicente in Brentwood on October 2nd

Courtesy of @lynnecohenfoundation

Courtesy of @lynnecohenfoundation

On October 2nd, we will be supporting friend-of-the-Truffle, Amy Cohen Epstein (John Thomas Dye ’88, Brentwood ’94), at KICKIN’ CANCER 5K Walk/Run on San Vicente in Brentwood. Celebrating 15 years of this magnificent event, the walk/run serves as the Lynne Cohen Foundation’s signature and largest fundraising event. Kickin’ Cancer brings together a huge community of women, men and children to support the women in their lives. It is a non-competitive event (no timing) and super fun for the whole family; the older kids love to run/walk the 5K, while there is an adorable Kiddie 1K for the little ones.

The Rams’ Return to Los Angeles

On March 1, the Harvard-Westlake Alumni Association used livestream to spread The Story of the Rams’ Return to Los Angeles featuring Kevin Demoff ’9, Executive Vice President of Football Operations and Chief Operating Officer, Los Angeles Rams

Mayor Eric Garcetti to Host UNCF Inaugural Los Angeles Ball March 11, 2016

More than 500 expected to attend fundraising event, 
hosted by Mayor Eric Garcetti, March 11 
WHO: The Honorable, Eric Garcetti, Mayor, City of Los Angeles, Carl Ballton (retired president of Union Bank Foundation), Helen Easterling Williams, EdD (dean and professor of education, Pepperdine University), Chris Schauble (KTLA 5 News Anchor), Faye McClure (AIG- chair), Kevin T. McDowell (AEG- co-chair), Sylvia Castillo (MUFG Union Bank, N.A.), George Gibbs (UPS), Arnold Hackett (Xerox), Helen Tomita (AIG), Patricia H. Miller (Southern California Edison), Dr. Pamela S. Wiley (LA Speech and Language Therapy Center, Inc.) and Chante Moore (Award winning music artist).


More than 500 business, civic and education leaders from across California are expected to attend the inaugural UNCF Mayor’s Masked Ball in Los Angeles on March 11. The event, hosted by UNCF Los Angeles Leadership council and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, will help provide area students the resources to get to and through college.
“College affordability is one of the defining issues of our time, and we must put higher education within reach for everyone who wants to pursue it,” said Mayor Eric Garcetti.
Carl Ballton, retired president of Union Bank Foundation and Helen Easterling Williams, EdD, dean and professor of education, Pepperdine University will be recognized with the UNCF Masked Award in Los Angeles for their dedication and support of UNCF’s work.
Chris Schauble, KTLA 5 News co-anchor, will be master of ceremonies at the ball, which begins at 6 p.m. at the J.W. Marriott. Award winning artist, Chante Moore, will headline the event that features a live auction, elegant dining, and dancing.
WHEN:        Friday, March 11, 2016 at 6pm
WHERE:      JW Marriott at LA Live 900 W Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015

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