The police officers, firefighters and lifeguards tasked with protecting their community got a tasty honor Saturday morning, Sept. 28, during the Hermosa Heroes Pancake Breakfast at the city’s lifeguard headquarters.
The City of Hermosa Beach and the Hermosa Valley & View Parent Teacher Organization partnered to host the event.
Local school board and City Council members, teachers and administrators attended the breakfast, honoring the Los Angeles County firefighters and lifeguards, and Hermosa Beach police officers.
The breakfast, costing $10 to attend, included a buffet of pancakes, sausage, fruit and coffee. Coast Music, a Hermosa Beach academy that allows student musicians to perform live events in the community, put on a show. The proceeds from the event benefited the Hermosa Valley & View Parent Teacher Organization, a non-profit promoting involvement between educational institutes and the community.
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