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Police Athletic League
2101 SE Tiffany Avenue
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952
(772) 398-9436
PAL Bulletin Board
PAL Adopt-a-Street & Adopt-a-Park

PAL-ADOPTASTREET-PARKAs part of the city’s Adopt-a-Street Program, PAL has adopted Tiffany Avenue from US 1 to Lennard Road. Clean-ups are scheduled several times a year to keep our neighborhood clean. PAL volunteers also have adopted Wood Stork Park, and cleanups are scheduled monthly.


2014 PAL Adopt-a-Street & Adopt-a-Park Program

PAL Basketball


Under the direction of Assistant Director Dave Hentz, several Hot Shot basketball competitions are held throughout the city each year. Free throw, 2-ball, and 3-point competitions are also held for interested players.



PAL Basketball - Video
PAL Boxing


If you are looking for a good workout, our boxing program will provide it. In our Olympic-style boxing program, a typical workout includes calisthenics, strength and agility as well as endurance training. Some members choose to participate in competition to win medals and trophies. Others come for the workout, friendship and to be part of the team. Students are taught that any boxing outside of the gym will result in disciplinary action. After all, they have nothing to prove outside of the ring. Coordinator: Bill Corbett (772) 398-9436 after 4 p.m.

PAL Boxing - Video
*Edited Segment of "Highlights"* - The March edition of Highlights, a half-hour program on PSL-TV20.
PAL Drum Line

The PAL Drum Line performs at parades and functions throughout the city. Participants practice on Sunday afternoons where they learn stick work and marching skills as they prepare to entertain the residents of the community. The PAL Drum Line adds the WOW factor to our local parades!

PAL Fishing Clinic


PAL Fishing Clinics are conducted approximately every six weeks at the lake behind the PAL Gym. Volunteers from the Savanna Club Fishing Club look forward to working with youth ages 6 to 12 to teach them the basics of fishing and the tricks for landing the big one.

Each clinic starts with knot tying lessons before the group moves outside to catch and release some fish from the lake. There is no charge for the clinic, although donations are accepted.




Fish Florida


Thanks to Fish Florida for their donation of fishing rods and tackle boxes to support the PAL Fishing Clinics. A purchase of specialty license tag helps support the efforts of Fish Florida throughout the state.


2014 PAL Fishing Clinic Schedule

PAL Fishing Clinic - Video
*Edited Segment of "Highlights"* - The March edition of Highlights, a half-hour program on PSL-TV20.
PAL Japanese Karate


The Karate program meets three nights a week at the PAL building. The program is coordinated by Executive Director Rich Wilson, a fourth degree black belt, along with grand master Bob Fabrey and Sensei Joe Fabrey. Participants learn the basics of karate and have the opportunity to move on for more advanced instruction.

Click here for the Japanese Karate schedule 

PAL Japanese Karate - Video
*Edited Segment of "Highlights"* - The December edition of Highlights, a half-hour program on PSL-TV20.
PAL - radKIDS Program
PAL and Port St. Lucie Police Department - radKIDS Program
PAL Pre T-Ball


PAL works with the Parks and Recreation Department to provide Pre T-Ball clinics for boys and girls ages 3-5. Day camps are typically held at Whispering Pines Park, and may be held at other locations in the evenings.

There will be no sessions until spring of 2014.

PAL Track Club


The PAL Track Club consists of over 60 athletes and 12 coaches who begin practice in December and participate in meets throughout South Florida during the spring. Many athletes continue with AAU events in the summer months.

Port St. Lucie PAL Track Club has coaches, active board members, and parent volunteers who are devotedly working together and striving for excellence in shaping our athletes to become winners, great leaders, and positive role models in our communities. We encourage and challenge our kids ages 6 to 18 to join our club and become TOO FAST TOO FURIOUS.

PAL is currently searching for a head coach - please call (772) 398-9436

Track program has been suspended or postponed until Pal acquires a volunteer head coach.

PAL Wrestling


The wrestling & conditioning program, coached by Police Officer Wm. Harris, is an opportunity for any youth (ages 8 to 14) to learn the basic fundamentals along with sports nutrition in a competitive atmosphere.

To register call Dave 201-4602

PAL Wrestling - Video
*Edited Segment of "Highlights"* - The April edition of Highlights, a half-hour program on PSL-TV20.
PAL Youth Directors


The PAL Youth Directors program is designed for young people ages 12 through 16 who are aspiring leaders in the community. Participants in the program desire to give back to their community by performing service and developing skills that will better their lives and affect positive change. Participants gain an appreciation for community service, its positive results, and its importance to Port St. Lucie and the country.

When participants serve their communities, their good deeds are beneficial to the people they help, and also to the youth themselves. When many hands work together, much gets accomplished. The PAL Youth Directors recognize this as they pool their talents and skills for the local and regional projects in which they participate.

Each year, program participants are expected to:

1.Attend 6 local meetings at the Police Athletic League facility. Meetings will be held once a month at a time decided upon by the group. Special meetings will be held as necessary.
2.Attend 3 regional meetings throughout east-central Florida
3.Participate in 4 local community service projects
4.Participate in 3 regional community service projects
Participants must also complete a program application, sign a release of liability form and code of conduct, and provide proof of birth and a color photo. There may be a small cost for some activities, such as CPR training, first aid training, etc.

Youth Directors who complete these and other requirements set forth by the State of Florida Association of Police Athletic/Activities Leagues are eligible to attend the annual Youth Directors Conference at Walt Disney World Resort held in January of each year. This four day-three night event provides additional training and seminars to develop leadership skills, as well as opportunities to enjoy the Disney complex.

* Youth Directors Program is now OPEN to all new applicants. *

For more information about the Youth Directors Program, please contact:

Officer Rich Wilson, Executive Director                      (772) 398-9436 

Youth Director Programs - Upcoming Events

PAL Youth Directors
*Edited Segment of "Highlights"* - The September edition of Highlights, a half-hour program on PSL-TV20.
PAL Press Release
Port St. Lucie PAL Boxing Club - Monday, March 31, 2014

Port St. Lucie PAL Boxing Club traveled to Royal Palm Beach, FL to box at a special outdoors event at Commons Park titled, “Boxing Under The Stars” on March 1, 2014. Pal’s middle weight Gabriel Soto (18 years old) won over his opponent Andre McClean (21 years old) from Boca Raton (Bang Boxing Club).
On March 8, 2014, Port St. Lucie Pal Boxing Club traveled to Minneola, FL, to USA sanction boxing event called “Fighting Arts Emporium”.
Pal’s Gabriel Soto stopped his opponent in the 3rd round with a TKO. Coaches Bill Corbett, Lorenzo Solomon and Ken Wilson are very proud of his hard work and dedication.

PSL PAL Boxing Lorenzo Solomon

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