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Stanley Cup Coming to Manhattan Beach

On Monday, after its presence at a public parade in Hermosa Beach, the Cup and Los Angeles Kings player Dustin Brown will fete the city's police officers and firefighters in an intimate private ceremony.

The Stanley Cup will head to Manhattan Beach for a private ceremony Monday after its appearance at a public parade in Hermosa Beach, said city officials.

Los Angeles Kings player Dustin Brown will attend the ceremony that will jointly celebrate the Los Angeles Kings Stanley Cup championship and the city's firefighters and police officers. Sources said the gathering was requested by the Kings.

Congresswoman Janice Hahn, MB Mayor Wayne Powell, and Steve Napolitano [on behalf of Supervisor Don Knabe] will present proclamations to the L.A. Kings. 

Steven Miller June 25, 2012 at 04:46 PM
"Private ceremony." Really? So no public resources will be used. No public property. No police. No fire fighters. No staff. Really? Must be a typo.
Sharon Arias June 25, 2012 at 05:34 PM
One hero honoring our police and fire fighter heros! No grandstanding, just a low-key personal event. Kudos to Dustin Brown for his work on and off the ice! You are an exemplary role model for all athletes.
Rodney Southland July 03, 2012 at 11:20 PM
Maybe, but since when are adults who play sports "heros"?

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