Help Deliver Christmas Trees to Local Schools Tomorrow…By Bike

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Los Angele’s award winning high school debate team from the Santee Learning Center is looking to spread some holiday cheer to other local schools tomorrow. The debaters will lead a fourteen and a half mile bike ride from the Learning Center to Venice High School and they’ll be stopping along the way to deliver Christmas trees to area high schools at 11:00 A.M. The Learning Center is located at 1921 Maple Avenue in Los Angeles. For more information, call Santee Debate Coaches Amber Young at (310) 256-6267 or Nick Richert at (310) 428-4222.

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