The purpose of the Lakeland Police Athletic League is to foster and encourage in the youth of the community a spirit of loyalty and faith in American traditions and institutions.
PAL Hurricanes Football and Cheer Banquet Saturday Feb 2 at 1:30pm at the Apostle Henry Ross Family Life Center.Guest Speaker, Dr. Fairest
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Among other goals, PAL seeks to promote and safeguard the interests and general welfare of the youth of the community; to instill good health habits, good sportsmanship, and high morals and civic standards in the youth of the community, to help fulfill the need for recreational, educational and social activities that are designed to rehabilitate youthful first-time offenders and prevent their return into the criminal justice system.
The Lakeland PAL is at 1725 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
The club is for boys and girls ages 4 to 17.
Fees are charged per activity.
PAL offers a Golden Eagles baseball program, track and field program, after-school program and a tackle football program.
The club also has a youth directors program for children ages 11 to 17. The club offers community service and field trips.
The club is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday all year long, except holidays.
For more information, contact Tim Abram, or Officer Greg Hardee at (863) 834-2556.
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