SHEILA MASSON/The Acorn
DR. TATOO––Casa Esperanza representative Maritza Varela de Artan, far left, presents a certificate to Westlake Village physician William Fisher for his participation in the organization’s tatoo removal program. At right is Fisher’s wife, Bernie. About four times a year the Fishers donate time and equipment to help remove unwanted tatoos for former gang members. The work is part of the Casa Esperanza Blythe Street Project in Panorama City. Fishe...
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