K-PAL thanks generous community donors

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The Kaua‘i Police Activities League (K-PAL) would like to extend their appreciation to some very generous donors.

This year, over $4,000 of donations to support the North Shore Basketball League were received from the following: Rosalyn and Joseph Newman Foundation; North Shore Lions Club; John and Nancy Conley; Robert and Sandra Berger; Diversified Awards and Engraving; Clorinda and Robert Nakashima; Thomas D. King Jr. RLT; Kilauea School PTSA; Trudy Comba; Donald H. McConnell Jr. Trust; Frank Rothchild and F Evelyn De Buhr; Joyce Nagata; Kilauea Senior Center; Pau Hana Pizza Inc.; Mary and Cecil Dust; and Richard and Agnes Parks.

“As a volunteer-based non-profit organization, it is only through the generosity of the community that K-PAL can continue to offer programs to our youth,” said Deputy Chief Michael Contrades. “We are truly grateful to everyone that contributes, whether it be through funding or volunteerism.”

KPAL’s North Shore Basketball League is focused on having fun, learning instructional skills, and developing healthy sportsmanship.

K-PAL is a non-profit organization devoted to developing character, self-discipline and healthy lifestyles among Kaua‘i’s youth. It seeks to strengthen police-community relations. K-PAL strives to “fill playgrounds, not prisons” by providing positive activities and role models for Kaua‘i youth in hopes of encouraging good behavior and helping them reach their full potential.

To view a full schedule of classes or to register for any K-PAL program, please visit www.kauaipal.org.

K-PAL is always looking for more volunteer coaches for its programs. If you or someone you know is interested in coaching, please complete a volunteer form at www.kauai.gov/police.

            For more information on K-PAL programs, or to request an ASL interpreter, materials in an alternate format, or other auxiliary aid support, or an interpreter for a language other than English, please contact Sgt. Lance Okasaki at 241-1647 or kpal@kauai.gov.