Torrance Officer to Dance With South Bay Stars

Officer Arlan Wells is one of several Torrance community leaders to compete in Dancing with the South Bay Stars.

Officer Arlan Wells. Photo courtesy Torrance Police Department.
Officer Arlan Wells. Photo courtesy Torrance Police Department.

The Torrance Cultural Arts Foundation presents Dancing with the South Bay Stars III.  This is an extra special event where local “stars” are paired up with professional dancers and compete to raise funds for their favorite nonprofit organizations.

The Torrance Police Department will have one of its finest competing.  Community Lead Officer Arlan Wells has been teamed up with a professional dancer and is raising funds for Pediatric Therapy Network (PTN). 

Pediatric Therapy Network (PTN) is a non-profit early child development and therapy center founded by parents, therapists, and teachers committed to providing quality services for children with special needs and for those at risk for developmental issues. PTN provides prevention, early identification, intervention, and therapy to 2,500 children a year and is located in the city of Torrance. 

Dancing with the South Bay Stars III
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014
Armstrong Theatre
3330 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, Calif.

For tickets, call 310-781-7171 or go to Torrancearts.org.

Cast your vote for Officer Arlan Wells. Each vote costs $5. You may vote multiple times by changing the quantity on the next screen. Voting will continue at the Armstrong Theatre and ends at the conclusion of intermission.

Click here to learn more about Arlan and to vote for Arlan. To donate directly to PTN in Arlan’s name, click here. (To donate in Arlan’s Name, click “Arlan Dancing for PTN” in the designation drop down box)


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