Police Athletic League of West Palm Beach Reopens with Event Featuring NFL Players

Related Companies is Proud to Support Local Partners at PAL

The Police Athletic League (PAL) of West Palm Beach announces the Grand Re-Opening of their Center at their “Super Bowl Kickoff Party” sponsored by the Jack Brewer Foundation. 

The Grand Re-Opening/Super Bowl Kickoff Party will take place at 720 N. Tamarind Ave in West Palm Beach on Saturday, February 1st, 2020 from 11am - 2pm. The event will open with a ribbon cutting ceremony with greetings from community leaders and supporters of PAL, including Mayor Keith A. James, Palm Beach County Commissioner Mack Bernard and Senator Bobby Powell Jr. 

Once the ribbon cutting ceremony concludes, guests can tour the facility, enjoy family-friendly activities provided by Crazy Games, music by Digital Vibez, fresh produce provided by Feeding South Florida 

This Grand Re-Opening officially kicks off PAL’s Free Community Open House & 2020 Fundraising activities for all future development and program improvements. 

The jam packed day includes: tours of the center, new furniture and equipment, youth program & volunteer sign-ups, meet and greet with current & former NFL Pro players: Jack Brewer, Tommie Harris, Sergio Brown, Barrett Green, Patrick Chukwurah and many more!

The West Palm Beach PAL is proud to announce the addition of new staff, furniture & equipment, new partnerships, and programs while providing a comfortable atmosphere for the 50+ youth that attend the center daily.


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