PAL has several exciting opportunities for youth to learn and play the nation's national pastime. PAL has two different programs, PAL Travel Baseball for ages 16 and 17 under and PAL Baseball Camps for ages 7-12.
PAL Baseball Camps - PAL partners with Florida Atlantic University to conduct youth baseball camps for youth ages 7-12, camps will take place after the July 4th break. For more information, please call Scott Scrivner at (561) 242-5816.
PAL Travel Baseball - PAL now hosts 16u and 17u travel baseball teams that are made up of the best players from Palm Beach County with a minimum 2.0 GPA, must consent to drug testing, complete a minimum of 24 hours of community service and represent Palm Beach County and the PAL program in the best light possible. These teams will participate in local and national tournaments that will prepare and expose our players to college recruiters, major league scouts and the best summer competition available. PAL emphasizes team play, individual skills and the educational part of the game through practices and game time situations which will give a glimpse into the world of college and professional baseball. PAL will traditionally hold tryouts the first two Saturdays in December and the weekend prior to school in January of each year for the upcoming Summer Season. For more information, please call Scott Scrivner at 242-5816
The PAL Basketball League takes place during the months of February through May and serves as our core sport for the Winter/Spring season. The league has two divisions, one located in the Western Communities (Belle Glade and the other division is on the east coast. Teams are located throughout Palm Beach County in 10 or more of the Community Policing Sites. All games are played at John I. Leonard High School and the PAL Gym in Belle Glade. The league is capped off with a league championship weekend that combines both divisions. Businesses can sponsor teams, please go to sponsors for more information.
PAL Basketball Camps - PAL works with Palm Beach Community College to offer basketball camps during the summer. For more information, please call Scott Scrivner at (561) 242-5816.
PAL Boxing has three locations. The facilities are fully equipped with a boxing ring, heavy bags, speed bags and personal boxing gear. Coaches are certified with USA Boxing and have many years of experience to maximize your boxing knowledge and techniques. For more information, please call the following:
Belle Glade - Johnny Jackson - (863) 228-3279
Belle Glade Directions
Cabana Colony (Palm Beach Gardens) - (561) 627-6603
Cabana Colony Directions
Royal Palm Beach - Sean Wensyel - (561) 753-7015
Royal Palm Beach Directions
The PAL Flag Football Program serves as our core sport for the Fall season (September to December). Ten or more teams from our Community Policing Sites across the county compete for the prestigious PAL BOWL. Teams are made up of youth 14 years of age and younger. All games take place at the Westgate Community Center. For more information, call Scott Scrivner (561) 242-5816.
Palm Beach County PAL offers a variety of Golf programs for youth to learn the game and learn valuable life lessons in a safe and positive environment.
PAL/Hook A Kid on Golf After-School Golf Clinic - 10 lucky youth selected from our Community Policing Sites will get the opportunity to learn golf in a 18 week program that will run throughout the school year. Head Pro Sherri Pla with Palm Beach Gardens Municipal Course will be running the program along with several Sheriff volunteers.
PAL/Hook a Kid on Golf Summer League - PAL teams with Okeeheelee Golf to provide a summer golf league for youth ages 7-14. The league runs throughout the summer months for plenty of golfing enjoyment. Palm Beach County PAL participates in the Traditions, the Hook A Kid on Golf National Tournament.
Call Scott Scrivner for more information at (561) 242-5816
PAL Wrestling takes place at the Royal Palm Beach High School Wrestling Facility on Monday nights from 5:30 to 8:00p.m. Ages 6-12 can learn the art of wrestling and compete at state and local tournaments. For more information, please call Deputy Barry Staats at (561) 291-3536 or go to www.gatorwrestling.com
Tennis Education And Mentoring First - Police Athletic League is teaming with the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office and the Palm Beach County Police Athletic League to use the game of tennis to positively impact the lives of at-risk youth by providing tennis instruction, educational programs and mentoring opportunities with law enforcement that inspires and empowers them by promoting character development and life-enhancing values in a safe and nurturing environment. If you are interested in participating or volunteering please contact us at email@example.com or visit our webpage at www.teamfirst.org
Cabana Colony Youth Center
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Cabana Colony Youth Center (CYCC) is located at 12180 Alternate A1A, Palm Beach Gardens, 33410, ½ mile north of the Palm Beach Gardens Mall. Open Monday-Friday with School Year hours as 2-7pm and Summer hours as 10am-5pm. We cater to youth between the ages of 8-17 years of age.
CCYC offers daily activities after school. These activities include Homework Assistance, Boxing, Tennis, Girls on the Run, Reading to Riches, Math Mania, Billiards, Ping Pong, Air Hockey, Video Games, Arts & Crafts, Gardening and more.
Club 100/PAL boxing is available for Level I & II, Monday-Thursday from 5-6:30pm. Level III & IV Monday-Friday from 6:30-8pm.
Club 100 and WAY (non-profit organizations), provide endless hours of volunteerism allowing us to provide so much for the youth of Palm Beach County. A huge thank you to them for their efforts.
Contact (561) 627-6603 for more information on the Cabana Colony Youth Center.
The Palm Beach Matrix program is a fast paced, fun, and dynamic cheer/dance group composed of young people in the "transitional" neighborhood of Wellington. The individuals consist of young boys and girls, mostly girls striving to beat the odds and rise above negative peer pressure. The goal is to teach valuable life lessons of teamwork, dependability, and the benefits of hard work. This is a valuable activity that is helping keep young people away from delinquency and into positive healthy activity. For more information or to join, please call Deputy Duplantis at 561-688-5447.
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