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The Pink Patch Project is a popular public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease.
For the month of October, the La Palma Police Association will be selling special edition pink patches and donating 100% of the proceeds to cancer research. This year, the Police Association has designed a commemorative pink patch similar to the City’s original law enforcement patch along with a pink version of our current patch.
Did you know that the City of La Palma was originally incorporated as the City of Dairyland in 1955? Ten years later as the dairy farms began to transition to residential neighborhoods, the City changed its name to La Palma in reflection of Orange County’s Spanish heritage and the City’s main street, La Palma Avenue.
The special edition pink patches will be available for sale during the month of October for $10 each at the Police Department front counter (cash or check only, checks should be made out to the La Palma Police Association). During the month of October you may see our Officers wearing these special pink patches to support the cause.