Scenes From a Pandemic: Part 10

Alive! continues its documentation of City employees as they take a multitude of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic and keep LA safe. (The first part was in our April 2020 issue.) Here are entries from the Club and the City Twitter feeds about City Employees and Club Members at work during this trying time.

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Port of LA

“On #ThanksgivingDay, @LAPortPolice hand-delivered 300 meals donated by
@cmacgm to #LAHarbor homeless shelters, including the veteran-operated Wilmington ABH, @HarborInterfai1’s San Pedro ABH and @SalvationArmyUS Sunrise Shelter in San Pedro. #GivingAcrossAmerica #ABridgeHome”

— Nov. 26

LAPD North Hollywood Division

“Blessed to be able to found an organization that will help & benefit so many.
@OfcrsForChange is happy to be donating toys to the @LAPDNorthHwdDiv Annual Toy Drive. These gifts will put smiles on the faces to close to 100 low-income & needy children this holiday season. #LAPD”

— Dec. 6

Chief Michel Moore, LAPD

“Proud to join the men and women of our San Fernando Gardens CSP in helping spread some holiday cheer during tonight’s Tree Lighting Ceremony at the San Fernando Gardens Community Center. In a trying year unlike any in recent memory, a small amount of cheer goes a long way.”

— Dec. 3

Sanitation and Environment

“As we continue to navigate COVID-19 pandemic, our staff is working hard to provide wastewater services 24/7. The health & safety of our customers & employees is a top priority. Our Clean Water team proactively maintains over 6,700 miles of sewer lines.”

— Dec. 3

LA Port Police

“Los Angeles Port Police Officers provided Marina Safety and Security training to members of the Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club. @San Pedro, California”

— Dec. 15


“The first batch of COVID-19 vaccine has arrived in Los Angeles at LAX. This is a major milestone for science, our country and our community. Thank you to all those who made this delivery possible, and are part of the incredible effort to
distribute vaccines around the world.”

— Dec. 13

LAPD Hollenbeck Division

“Today Thankful Thursday LAPD Senior Lead Officers from Hollenbeck & Badge of Heart surprised a family in Boyle Heights that lost everything from a house fire. The family received Toys & food gift cards for Christmas. They were so
grateful. Definitely an emotional
moment for all.”

— Dec. 10