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Ventura Jun 12, 2018

Aera donation to Ventura PAL creates safe spaces for children

With the help of 21st Annual Ventura Police Activities League (PAL) Golf Tournament, Aera Energy raised more than $12,000 to support of PAL’s after-school and recreation programs. The annual tournament was played at the Olivas Links Golf Course. Aera Energy presented a check during a recent meeting of the Ventura City Council. Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney said Aera’s support has been vital for the program’s success: “Over the years, Aera’s support has included the offset of startup costs for the program and much needed equipment. Aera donated funds to purchase a van to provide transportation to and from the program for area children and recently donated funds to build and equip a fitness area at the Westpark Community Center so that our local youth can be active in a safe environment.” 

Pictured from Jere Dietz, Ron Henry, Debbie Simpson, a member of the Ventura Police Community Foundation, Ventura Police Chief Ken Corney, Matt Wyatt, Wyatt’s daughter, Holly, and Michele Newell.

 

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