WHAT IS PAL?'
Watsonville PAL would like to say thank you to the Watsonville community for the continuous support. The following video is a short video to show you what we do. Enjoy and thank you for your support past, present and future.
The Police Activities League is a youth crime prevention program that relies on educational, athletic, and other recreational activities to cement a bond among police officers, recreation leaders, youth and their parents.
PAL Activity Calendar
Keep track of upcoming activites and events offered by the Watsonville Police Activities League.
Little Kickers Camp Some of what P.A.L has to offer: Golf :: Little Kickers :: Aikido :: Art :: Guitar :: Tae Kwon Do :: Cadets :: Basketball :: Judo :: Mentoring :: Girly-Girl Kickboxing :: Self-Defense ::
This camp is meant to introduce young children to beginnee taekwondo, fitness, basic stranger safety, teamwork, balance & coordination in a fun, supervised enviroment that allows them to learn specific movements and make new friends. Flyer Inside. Fitness Program
Watsonville PAL will be partnering with Frontline Personal Training to provide Watsonville youth ages 11-18 an opportunity to get fit. The goal and mission of Frontline Personal Training is to change lives. We will go above and beyond to have a "do whatever" it takes attitude. We all have a story behind what or why we do what we do. Let us share our enthusiasm for choosing healthy choices when faced with adversity with your youth. Check us out on facebook or website at www.frontlinepersonaltraining.com. Its time to trust someone again. Frontline will be volunteering there time to our organization to encourage the youth to make positive and healthy choices and giving them something to believe in THEMSELVES. Space in limited for this program so please call PAL to register today. 2013 PAL Golf Tournament
Watsonville PAL will be hosting its 5th Annual Golf Fundraiser on Saturday, June 1st at the Pajaro Valley Golf Course. If you love to golf and want to give back to the youth of the Watsonville Community this is a great way to do it. The Police Activities League is a youth crime prevention program that relies on educational, athletic, and other recreational activities to cement a bond among police officers, recreation leaders, youth and their parents. P.A.L. is a non-profit organization that is funded by community sponsors, donations, grant programs and the state's Police Activities League (CAL-PAL). The P.A.L. Program is designed to give kids a chance to better themselves and become a positive influence within the community.
Golf - Starts May 20th Watsonville PAL will be hosted a Golf Program at the Pajaro Valley Golf Course. The program will be hosted on Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30p to 6:00pm. The dates of the program are: May 21st to June 27th (6-weeks). Cost from the program is $25.00 for the 6-week program.
Flyer Inside. Flyer Outside. Guitar Program
Watsonville will be offering a Beginning Guitar Class on Mondays from 5:00pm to 6:00pm. Watsonville PAL is partnering with a local studio to give youth an opportunity to learn an instrument and build relationships with peers during this 1-hour class. Transportation to this program is provided. Call PAL for more information or access the online forms here.
Some of what P.A.L has to offer:
Golf :: Little Kickers :: Aikido :: Art :: Guitar :: Tae Kwon Do :: Cadets :: Basketball :: Judo :: Mentoring :: Girly-Girl Kickboxing :: Self-Defense ::
PAL HISTORY, EST. 1998
In 1998 Sergeant Montes was asked by Lt. Aluffi to establish a Police Activities League Program within the Watsonville community. Sergeant Montes pursued the challenge and focused on the sport of boxing. Boxing was of interest due to Sergeant Montes participating in boxing programs during his high school years and also participating in the Police Olympics. Once the planning process began a building was acquired on Rodriguez St. The building was renovated by many community volunteers to bring in a boxing ring, heavy bags and other boxing equipment>>>