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GPPCA Receives Forfeiture Grant Funds

01/28/2018 5:46 PM | Anonymous

SPPD Chief of Police Anthony Holloway presents $1,000.00 check to GPPCA Board of Directors/Grant Author Danny White

For the second year in a row, the Greater Pinellas Point Civic Association has merited grant funding from the SPPD's Forfeiture Grant Program.

In a ceremony held Jan 12 at the Sunshine Center, GPPCA Director and grant author Danny White accepted a check for $1,000.00 from SPPD Chief Anthony Holloway which will be used to fund the Association's annual Youth Summit. GPPCA President Barbara Ellis and Director/Co-Project Lead Sandra Robinson also attended the cermony.

The GPPCA Youth Summit is focused on engaging neighborhood youth to encourage them to avoid negative behaviors and actions. The Summit is a full day of activities and interactive lectures by professional leaders and is held in July just prior to the start of the school year. Stay tuned to this Facebook page for more details about the 2018 Summit. Inquiries can also be sent to the Association at

Information about the SPPD Forfeiture Grant Program can be found at

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