organizations receiving the latest grants October 27, 2004 are:
AAF/Mt. SAC Relays Youth Days--$121,000--For a track and field
instructional and competition program reaching 15,000 elementary and
middle school youngsters in the Los Angeles area.
Boulevard Community Services, Inc.--$60,480--For basketball league
for girls residing in Compton, Carson, Long Beach, Lynwood and Torrance.
Jaycee Foundation, Inc.--$52,500--To install two beach volleyball
courts at the Wilmington Jaycee Athletic Complex for Youth.
California Speed Skating Association--$50,700--For
learn-to-skate program at El Segundo, Lakewood, Culver City and Santa
Clarita ice arenas.
- West Valley Family--$32,599--To transform their hockey rink
into a multi-sports facility.
- Inglewood--$29,990--For basketball program reaching more than
1,000 boys and girls.
Ray Robinson Youth Foundation--$25,000--For multi-sport after-school
program at Audubon, Harte, Berendo, Roosevelt, Milikan and Eastmont
Scores--$25,000--For soccer after-school program at Charnock Road
and Palms Elementary Schools.
& Girls Clubs of America - Pasadena--$19,278--For sports equipment.
organizations received grants for use in the purchase of sports equipment,
uniforms and/or participation scholarships:
Junior All American Football and Cheerleading Association--$5,000
Ride On LA (Therapeutic Equestrian Program)--$5,000
Shooting Stars Youth Foundation, Inc. (Antelope Valley)--$5,000