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Friday, CHP Juan C. Quintero, Public Information Officer of the Arrowhead Area located in Running Springs announced t hat the CHP Cadets of the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Academy will donate their time and hard work on Saturday at the Sacramento Children’s Home. The Home opens its doors to help with maximizing the potential of children and families. Through a wide range of residential and community-based programs, the home is able to systematically address family issues and make positive efforts to break the generational cycle of child abuse and neglect.

The CHP Academy’s 27-week instructional program includes a community project as part of the training curriculum. The project is designed to reinforce the importance of contributing to the community in which the cadets serve. With more than 90 cadets participating, the class will be split into smaller groups and assigned different tasks to help with the maintenance of the home and participate in various activities and games with the children.


WHO:        California Highway Patrol Cadets

WHEN:     Saturday, May 30, 2015, Beginning8:A.M. until 1:00 P.M.   

WHERE: Sacramento Children’s Home

2750 Sutterville Road, Sacramento, CA

 VISUALS: CHP cadets painting, landscaping, and performing general clean-up and maintenance tasks throughout the grounds.


The mission of the California Highway Patrol is to provide the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the people of California.