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"Sweet" Alice Harris, who was named the Lieutenant Governor's California Woman of the Year in 2002 for her endless efforts over the last 35 years to clean up the Watts neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, needed some help of her own after a freakish storm (known as a supercell) dumped massive amounts of rain and flooded her home, as well as her entire community last year. Because of her tireless contributions, the Watts community is forever in Sweet Alice's debt. Now it's time for Sweet Alice and her family to be on the receiving end of something special. During the "reveal," members of the community came out to welcome her and her family back home, including LAPD Chief of Police William Bratton, Assemblyman Mervyn Dymally (52nd District) and Councilwoman Janice Hahn (15th District).