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5:36 PM / Wednesday June 3, 2020

6 Dec 2013

Temple Police hosts Annual Children’s Holiday Party

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December 6, 2013 Category: Local Posted by:

For over 20 years, Temple’s Department of Campus Safety Services hosts a holiday/party for children and their families in the North Philadelphia community.
The party is organized by members of the department and aided by volunteers from Temple’s student organizations and community relations professionals.

This year’s party will take place on Sunday, December 8 at 11:00 AM at the Liacouras Center.

The party will feature Temple students and student athletes, community performers, a live parrot show, face painting, music and fun for the whole family.
Staying true to our commitment as partners in the community, each child will receive a gift, in addition to having their picture taken with Santa.

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The Children’s Holiday Party would not be possible without the hard work and generosity of our volunteers, especially the management and staff of the
Liacouras Center who graciously open their doors each year to our community’s children free of charge.

More information about Campus Safety programs and events can be found at temple.edu/campussafety and @TUpolice on Twitter

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