Beverly Hills Recognizes Erika Glazer for K-9, Park Restoration Gifts | BH Courier

Beverly Hills Recognizes Erika Glazer for K-9, Park Restoration Gifts

THANK YOU, ERIKA – Philanthropist Erika Glazer was recognized Tuesday at City Council for her generous donations for the restoration of Beverly Gardens Park and the Beverly Hills Police Department K-9 unit. From left, Lieut. Renato Moreno, Officer Jeffrey Newman, Officer Alfredo Eudave, Sgt. David Tomlin, Lieut.t Scott Dowling, K-9 Officer David Rudy, K-9 Officer Kevin Orth, Xachary Shabat, Kim Shabati, Jennifer Malkin, Eric Bolthouse, Akex Bolthouse, Mayor Lili Bosse, Former Mayor Nancy Krasne, Jim Krasne, Vice Mayor Julian Gold, Gaby Reims Alexander, Councilmember John Mirisch, Councilmember Robert Wunderlich, Councilmember Lester Friedman, Chief Sandra Spagnoli and Annette Saleh. Front row, K-9 Officer Jesse Perez, K-9 Officer Joseph Vela, and K-9s Boots and Kai.
THANK YOU, ERIKA – Philanthropist Erika Glazer was recognized Tuesday at City Council for her generous donations for the restoration of Beverly Gardens Park and the Beverly Hills Police Department K-9 unit. From left, Lieut. Renato Moreno, Officer Jeffrey Newman, Officer Alfredo Eudave, Sgt. David Tomlin, Lieut.t Scott Dowling, K-9 Officer David Rudy, K-9 Officer Kevin Orth, Xachary Shabat, Kim Shabati, Jennifer Malkin, Eric Bolthouse, Akex Bolthouse, Mayor Lili Bosse, Former Mayor Nancy Krasne, Jim Krasne, Vice Mayor Julian Gold, Gaby Reims Alexander, Councilmember John Mirisch, Councilmember Robert Wunderlich, Councilmember Lester Friedman, Chief Sandra Spagnoli and Annette Saleh. Front row, K-9 Officer Jesse Perez, K-9 Officer Joseph Vela, and K-9s Boots and Kai.

Posted Thursday, August 10, 2017 – 6:35 PM

By Victoria Talbot

Philanthropist Erika Glazer was recognized at City Council Tuesday evening for her profound generosity on behalf of the City of Beverly Hills, including a $1 million donation towards the restoration of Beverly Gardens Park and $35,000 for the Beverly Hills Police Department’s K-9 program.

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