113 News Stories

Morning Side Park Basketball Clinic

Wed Sep 25, 2019 - Isameyra Soto
The Police Athletic Leagues sports department in conjunction with The Morningside Park Conservancy who were joined by dozens of youth throughout the northern Manhattan community of Harlem in a collegiate level basketball training clinic. “I look forward to making my dreams come true, I’m trying to make it to the NBA” said an 11year old girl, who aspires to break down barriers in her athletic endeavors. All the clinic participants were educated not just in the fundamentals of basketball understanding but al

Saturday Night Lights

Tue Sep 17, 2019 - Amber Harrison
Saturday Night Lights   The Police Athletic League’s Sports Department has collaborated with the District Attorney’s Office to create the Saturday Night Lights Program. Saturday Night Lights (SNL) is a violence prevention and youth-development program that offers instructional training for Basketball/ Volleyball and also offer Cardio Non-Contact Kickboxing, Zumba/Dance sessions during times when crime levels are at the highest on Saturday nights for 8 months The program takes place every Saturday f


Wed Aug 21, 2019 - Domonic Josephs
The 2019 Play Street summer season came to a close this past Thursday. We would like to say thank you to all staff, participants, partners, and of course each member of the Play Street community. Summer 2019 was an awesome turnout with us servicing over 2,000 participants’. We would also like to acknowledge Good Sports, PFA Paddleball Youth Program and the New York Rangers. Good Sports and the New York Rangers donated gear so community youth can experience an amazing way to play street hockey. PFA also expo

PAL Sports' Department and New York Yankees

Thu Aug 8, 2019 - Isameyra Soto
The Police Athletic League’s (P.A.L.) Sports department along with the New York Yankees provided P.A.L. participants the opportunity to attend  N.Y. Yankee games throughout the summer (so far; May 27th, June 26th and July 31st with upcoming dates of August 14th and September 2nd). 100 participants from PAL centers throughout the five boroughs were given a section behind first base to watch the games. For some participants, this was their first time at a Yankee game, and they had the time of their life. This

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