Police Athletic League Boxing Club

The Police Athletic League (PAL) Boxing Club is a free program that matches cops and kids in a mentoring relationship that showcases the skills and self-disciple of boxing coupled with tutoring and mentoring opportunities.

The mission of the PAL Boxing Club is to provide an opportunity for children, youth, and ultimately families to gain athletic coaching as well as life and academic mentoring. Furthermore, the boxing club accommodates low income families otherwise without an opportunity to participate in pay-to-play sports as well as receive mentoring and tutoring.

Instructors and participants take a break from practice at the 2015 Women's Boxing Challenge.

Instructors and participants take a break from practice at the 2015 Women’s Boxing Challenge.

Want to be a part of the PAL Boxing Club? Come by The Beacon (4210 Lincoln Way West) during practice some day to watch the fun and meet the instructors. Check out the schedule below:

PAL Boxing Club Schedule:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday

Ages 7-12     4:30-5:30PM

Ages 12+ (including adults)     5:30-7:00PM

Please be advised that the PAL Boxing Club will be closed during SBCSC breaks. Children under the age of 18 will need a parent/guardian to sign the permission form.

Kids in the younger age group learn basic boxing skills from Coach Parchman.

Kids in the younger age group learn basic boxing skills from Coach Parchman.

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