Chief Joseph Paulino Speaks to Youth of Beautillion Program

Beautillion Youth and Polic Chief
Front Row Beautillion Knights (L/R): Neuman Sneed II, Syree Rucker-Spears, Joseph Paulino (Chief of Police), Tynan Currie, Jordan Dean-Reynoso (Not in Photo: Zamir Subero)
Second Row (L/R): Wynter James, Abdul Chapman, Jaydeen Overstreet, Karmelo Musgrove, Royal Turner-Robinson, Calif Riley, Courtney Crawford, Joshua Dean-Reynoso

Mr. Joseph G. Paulino, Chief of Police for San Bernardino City Unified School District Police Department spent Sunday, February 17, 2019 speaking to youth of the Social Lites, Inc. Beautillion program at the Center for Youth and Community Development in San Bernardino.  Chief Paulino inspiring words resonated in the thoughts of Jordan Dean-Reynoso, Knight of program.  Mr. Dean-Reynoso stated, “Besides proper interaction with authorities, if you can make a positive impact on one person, then you single handed made the world a little better, and that’s all that really matters.” “If you can’t feed a thousand, you can feed one.” Chief Paulino made a difference and a positive impact on future leaders of tomorrow!

The Beautillion Knights and their court (Fairmaidens, Squires, and Pages) are participants in a mentorship program sponsored by The Social Lites, Inc. of San Bernardino. The five-month extracurricular program centered around academic and community service projects, is focused on leadership, character, life development skills and health education for students of color from elementary to high school. 

The Beautillion program will commence on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at the National Orange Show of San Bernardino.  For more information, please contact:

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