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A triathlon was held on Saturday to raise money for underprivileged children as well as help honor a slain San Diego police officer.
“We bring law enforcement and youth together today to build safer communities tomorrow,” said Chandani Flinn, the executive director of Star-Pal, the group that organized the “Tryin’ Harder 4 Kids” triathlon at the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center in La Jolla, Calif.
Flinn who heads Star-Pal, said the group makes life better for underprivileged children in San Diego County.”The funds that are raised at ‘Tryin Harder 4 Kids’ help us provide critical programming to these inner-city kids,” said Flinn.
Forty-five men and women, who were primarily police officers and firefighters, participated in the triathlon.
Read more: 10news.com