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State PAL Boxing in Ft. Pierce!!! November 3-5, 2017!!!
FL PAL Chapter Deadline October 17, 2017
(if needed for Good Standing).
You must declare weight on Thursday Night 11/2/17 at the host hotel or you will be D.Q.
Weigh-in -- at the host Hotel Days Inn Midtown 3224 S. US Highway # 1 Ft. Pierce FL 34982
(772) 465-7000 - $63.00 per night use code PAL BOXING
Venue - boxing starts 6 p.m. at the Ft. Pierce PAL 903 South 21 St Fort Pierce FL, 34950.
U.S. participants must be a current member of USA Boxing in order to compete.
Get Ready for State PAL Cheerleading, December 2, 2017!!!!
Every year this competition gets better! Cheer/Dance and Cheer/Dance/Stunt Divisions, the SPIRIT CUP Competition and new this year...the MASCOT Competition!!!
Are your cheerleaders and mascots ready? We hope to see you soon!!!
Location: Embry-Riddle University,
Daytona Beach, FL
Deadline: October 17, 2017
SFAPAL 19th Annual Youth Directors Conference July 13-16, 2017!!
The Florida PAL YAC (Youth Advisory Council) invites you to go Back to Basics with us. Come experience youth directors program Basic Training at our 19th Annual Youth Directors Conference. (4) Four days and (3) three nights of education and fun. Start packing because this year's conference is going to be the best one yet. Join us July 13-16, 2017 @ the Walt Disney World Resort!! Are you ready for the competition?? See you real soon!!!
Teens and Police Coming Together as 1 to Make a Difference
(All Regions 1-4)
St. Johns County PAL hosts
Hot Off the Press
Florida has specialty license tags for every thing you can think of - all good causes and worthwhile. To someone in the midst of making a decision on which to support, may we say, "What better choice could you make than investing in a child's future?" That's what the Police Athletic League (PAL) tag does: it directly funds beneficial programs for Florida's youth.
Chief Richard Wiley
West Melbourne, Florida
Chat with the Chief, a conversation with Chief Richard Wiley
by Karen Fleming
Chief Wiley was a PAL Kid!
Growing up in Philadelphia, Richard Wiley was the youngest of four children in a fatherless household, with a hard-working waitress mother and a live-in grandmother. In Philadelphia there were about twenty-five PAL centers, all located in city recreation centers. Chief Wiley's mother signed his brother and him up for the free PAL after-school care.
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