LACBC Civic Engagement Committee Meeting

When: Tuesday, October 30; 6:45 PM
Where: Johnnies Pizza in Museum Square – 5757 Wilshire Blvd.
This month we’ll be turning our attention to the LA City Council races next March, as well as other important races in the Spring.

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