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Local Non-Profits Represent at City Labs Community Service Fair

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Hundreds of people came out to City Labs' first community service fair Saturday at the California Market Center. The fair showcased nearly 50 Los Angeles non-profit organizations and featured demos and workshops as well as raffles and prizes for attendees. Sonja Rasula, who recently brought Unique LA to the same space and was named one of LA's young community leaders, organized the event to "attract 'the masses' in order to engage community, provide an outlet for education and awareness, and to increase community service."

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