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News Release

Monday, June 15, 2015

Media Relations

43rd Annual Police Celebrity Golf Tournament NA15115ti

LAPD Annual Police-Celebrity Golf Tournament

Saturday, June 20, 2015
9 a.m. (Tee-Off at 10 a.m.) -3pm

Brookside Golf Club
1133 Rosemont Avenue
Pasadena, CA 91103

Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation

All proceeds benefit the Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation, which financially assists LAPD family members experiencing catastrophic circumstances resulting from injury or death. Since its inception in 1972, the Foundation has granted more than $10 million for medical, funeral, and educational expenses.

This year's celebrity participants include: Steven Bauer, Danny Trejo, Teri Hatcher, Ann Marie Johnson, Mil Mascaras, Patrick Warburton, CS Lee, Emilio Rivera, Vanessa Marcil, Jerry West, Tito Ortiz, Robin DiMaggio, Frank Buckley, Vic the Brick, Paula Trickey, Chris Knight, Eric Christian Olsen, Carl Weathers, Joanna Krupa, Jonathan Banks, Mickey Jones, and many more.

Media is required to sign in at the media registration table located past main entrance. Parking for public and media will be free in Lot 3 (entrance on Rosemont Ave.). Host Dennis Quaid will be available for media interviews and photo opportunities at the opening ceremony. Celebrities will be available for media throughout the day. The opening ceremony will honor fallen LAPD officers and include the missing man fly over formation by LAPD's Air Support airships. Members of the LAPD Swat Team and Family Support Group will present a ceremonial golf ball to Miguel Ferrer.

More than just a golf tournament, this family event features added attractions including LAPD displays such as Air Support airships, Bomb Squad vehicles, mobile museum, and Equestrian Unit. For more information, visit or find us on Facebook at Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation.

For more information, call 213 847-4239, or or find us on Facebook at Los Angeles Police Memorial Foundation.