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Youth Programs Donate Toys, Clothes to Local Charity

Ashlee Reed loads the van with toys, clothing and baby items to be delivered to the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, to help those in need during this holiday season, Dec. 18.  Ashlee and other members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs delivered a van full of items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Ashlee Reed loads the van with toys, clothing and baby items to be delivered to the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, to help those in need during this holiday season, Dec. 18. Ashlee and other members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs delivered a van full of items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

(left to right) Kattie Wesseling, Ashlee Reed and Maria Simmons are ready with bags of toys, clothing and other items to be delivered to the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, to help those in need during this holiday season, Dec. 18.  The girls from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs, along with YP leaders, delivered a van full of items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

(left to right) Kattie Wesseling, Ashlee Reed and Maria Simmons are ready with bags of toys, clothing and other items to be delivered to the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, to help those in need during this holiday season, Dec. 18. The girls from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs, along with YP leaders, delivered a van full of items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Maria Simmons hands a toy to a staff member at the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, Dec. 18.  Maria and other members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs delivered a van full of toys, clothing and other items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Maria Simmons hands a toy to a staff member at the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, Dec. 18. Maria and other members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs delivered a van full of toys, clothing and other items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Kattie Wesseling carries a heavy bag full of clothing to give to a staff member from the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, Dec. 18.  Kattie and other members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs delivered a van full of toys, clothing and other items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Kattie Wesseling carries a heavy bag full of clothing to give to a staff member from the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, Dec. 18. Kattie and other members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs delivered a van full of toys, clothing and other items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Mission accomplished, (left to right) Maria Simmons, Ashlee Reed, Ester Dulaney (Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Program recreation assistant), Kitty Davis-Walker (Union Rescue Mission director), Kattie Wesseling and Rebecca Ambro (YP coordinator) “take five” after delivering toys, clothing and baby items to the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, Dec. 18.  Members from the Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs unloaded a van full of items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)

Mission accomplished, (left to right) Maria Simmons, Ashlee Reed, Ester Dulaney (Los Angeles Air Force Base Youth Programs recreation assistant), Kitty Davis-Walker (Union Rescue Mission director), Kattie Wesseling and Rebecca Ambro (YP coordinator) “take five” after delivering toys, clothing and baby items to the Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, Dec. 18. Members from the Los Angeles AFB YP unloaded a van full of items collected through donations from the base’s Airman & Family Readiness Center, the Airmen’s Attic and several families on base. The event was part of YP’s Community Out Reach Program, which teaches youths the importance of humanity and caring for others. (Photo by Joe Juarez)