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    Upcoming PAL Activities

    BECOME A PAL MEMBER TODAY!!!

    Use the registration links below.

    The Waterbury PAL-Taft Summer Enrichment Academy

    Waterbury PAL is pleased to offer the Summer Enrichment Academy at the Taft School in 2024. This program is free of charge to PAL members who are residents of Waterbury, a child of a Waterbury Police Office, or a child of an employee of the Taft School. It is open to students currently in grades 5, 6, and 7.

    The Waterbury PAL-Taft Summer Enrichment Academy
    Inspire Girls Clinic Schedule

    Inspire Girls Spring Volleyabll

    2024 Yearly Membership

    Every child must have a Yearly Membership in order to participate in activities.

    Girls Inspire High School Hoops

    Inspire Girls Spring Registration

    Open to girls ages 7-18 Volleyball Culinary Arts & Crafts

    Girls Inspire High School Hoops

    Introducing Girls Inspire High School Hoops – a dynamic program open to ages 15-18. Register now for an enriching experience that blends sportsmanship, skill development, and mentorship. Elevate your game and be part of a community fostering growth both on and off the court.

    ABOUT THE

    POLICE ACTIVITY LEAGUE OF WATERBURY

    PAL is a not-for-profit organization which promotes partnerships between youth, law enforcement and the community through educational, athletic, and recreational programs designed to encourage team building and foster positive relationships.

    This is done through programs that emphasize education and learning, as well as participation in sports and activities. The goal of PAL is to enable all young people, regardless of race, religion, income or handicap, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens.

    "Today's Youth-Tomorrow's Leaders"

    “Every child deserves an opportunity to realize their potential. It is amazing to watch these kids grow, learn, and develop confidence. They are the leaders of tomorrow. We are challenging you the members of this community to support our future leaders,”

    Neil M. O’Leary, Mayor, City of Waterbury