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briefs cont. from page 8 winter registration to anyone who brings a friend that has never tried the sport before. West L.A. Lacrosse will provide sticks and equipment to borrow during the clinic Beverly Hills Police Black & White Gala to be held in November On Nov. 2, the Beverly Hills Police will hold its annual Black and White Gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The Silent Auction will begin at 6:00 p.m., followed immediately by dinner and the Awards Ceremony. This year's event will include both silent and live auctions, which will raffle off trips, restaurant experiences, jewelry and more. Live Auction items include unique BHPD experiences only available at the Black and White Gala. This event is one of the best- attended and highly anticipated events in the city. Funds raised benefit The Beverly Hills Police Officers Benevolent Fund. Limited tickets are still available. For more int'ormation or to make a donation, please contact the Beverly Hills Police Officers Association at (310) 550-4551 or go bhpoa. org. . Metro to host Purple Line Extension pre-construction community meeting Metro will host the first in a series of regu- lar meetings regarding the pre-construction of the Purple Line Extension project, today at 6:00 p.m. at the Roxbury Park Community Center. The meetings will be held to keep the community informed during pre-construction and construction of Section 2 of the Purple Line Extension that will add new stations in Beverly Hills and Century City. Topics include: Project Overview & Schedule Advance Utility Relocation Constellation Ave Wilshire/Rodeo Eat Shop Play Wilshire Roxbury Park is served by Metro Bus 28. For your best route, use the Trip Planner at Metered parking is available around the park. If you have any questions or would like additional information, please visit ences the opportunity to see some of the best and upcoming talent in cabaret, comedy, live contemporary music, dance performance and more, delivering a unique, personal experi- ence. Acclaimed Gramm'y Award-winner singer/ songwriter Loundon Wainwright III opens The Sorting Room on Dec. 3 with his one- man show "Surviving Twin." Drawing its name from the original func- tion within the Beverly Hills Post Office, The Sorting Room gives emerging artists the opportunity to establish relationships with new audiences, while giving veteran enter- tainers an intimate setting to perform, as well as develop new work. Single tickets for The Sorting Room are now on available for $15 - $70. For more information or .to purchase tickets, visit, call 310.746.4000. us at or contact Beverly Hills Police and Construction Relations at purplelineext@ Community Together offer or (213) 922-6934. additional volunteer dates Community volunteers, organized The Wallis introduces new by Beverly Hills Police and Community intimate club, The Sorting Together, PACT, enthusiastically served Room meals to our BHPD at 12 of their6 a.m. and 6 The Sorting Room, an intimate new p.m. roll callmeetingsinAugust. space for live performance, is launching in A number of the volunteers brought their December at the Wallis Annenberg Center children and families. This effort also gave for the Performing Arts through January 14, the officers and community members a 2017. chance to interact on a personal basis. Transforming the Lovelace Studio Theater Because of overall enthusiasm, PACT into a 150-seat custom-built space, The has scheduled additional roll call meals in Sorting Room will offer Los Angeles audi- October and November. Most of the October and November slots were filled within two hours after PACT had sent out emails to vol- unteer community members. This November will mark 20 years since PACT was founded and blue ribbons appeared all over the City. Beverly Hills active Senior Club member Lorraine Redlin dies at age 92 Lorraine Adeline Redlin, 92, a member of the Beverly Hills Active Senior Club, died on Sept. 21in the arms of her daughter Christine Redlin, Beverly Hills resident. Born on New Year's Day in 1924 in Chicago, Lorraine Redlin was one of seven children of Polish heritage born to Josephine Halupnizcak and Michael Michalekowski. Mrs. Redlin was an active member of the Beverly Hills Active Adult Club and was a member of the parish and Young at Heart senior adult group at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Beverly Hills. She enjoyed attending events often with her daughter Lorraine Redlin Christine -- a favorite, was the annual free senior Thanksgiving briefs cont. on page 9 Several Beverly Hills artSHOW winners with (sixth from left) Recreation & Parks Commission Chair Frances Bilak City announces 43rd annual artSHOW winners The Beverly Hills artSHOW, held on Oct. 15 and 16 brought art and festival lovers from all over, who enjoyed the work of 250 artists in categories including Ceramics, Digital Media, Drawing and Printmaking, Glass, Jewelry, Mixed Media,'Painting, Photography, Sculpture and Watercolor. October 2016 art show winners are: Best of Show (Painting), Brian Blackham of Salt Lake City, Utah; Gil Borgos Award for Originality (Sculpture), Nancy Cervenka of Mountainair, New Mexico; Best Display of Art, Karchi Perlmann (Photography) and David Greenhalgh (Mixed media 3D),both from Los Angeles, California; First Place Winners - Ceramics, Nancy Creech from San Diego, California; Drawing and Prinkmaking, Varuzhan Hovakimyan from Burbank, California; Jewelry, Adam Neeley from Laguna Beach, California; Mixed Media -Three-Dimensional, Kenna Doeringer from Sacramento, California; Mixed Media Two-Dimensional, Minas Halaj from Glendale, California; Photography - Michael Gordon from Long Beach, California; Watercolor, Bannon Fu from Gardena, California; Digital Media, Tanya Dobova from Phoenix, Arizona; Glass, Paul Harrie from Hawthorne, Californi~ Painting, Stephen Palladino from Clearwater, Florida; Sculpture, Theodore Gall from Ojai, California. The spring Beyerly Hills artSHOW will be held May 20 and 21, 2017 at Beverly Gardens Park from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission to both days is always free. Artists are encouraged to apply for a juried spot when application process opens Nov. 15. For more information, go to beverlyhills'rg/artshw or call 310.285.6836. October 20- October 26, 2016 Page 9