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PAL fundraiser set to return to Turlock Sports Park
PAL fundraiser TSP
Turlock Chief of Police Jason Hedden (right) and several of his officers go over their flag football playbook during May’s session of the first Police Activities League fundraiser at the Turlock Sports Park (Photo courtesy of TSP).

For the second time this year, the Turlock Sports Park will be hosting a fundraiser in support of Turlock’s Police Activities League (PAL), the non-profit organization with the primary goal of promoting a constructive relationship between law enforcement and the youth of Turlock.

Like in May, the Turlock Sports Park will be putting on a three-day, multi-sport camp that allows children to be trained and cheered on by members of local law enforcement. 

The camp will be held from Nov. 14-16 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. each day. Each day of the camp will highlight a different sport — soccer, basketball and flag football. The camp is open to children ages 5 to 12.

“This is a great opportunity for the youth in our community to train with experienced trainers and be a part of something special,” the Turlock Sports Park states on their website.

Registration for the camp is $99, with all proceeds going towards Turlock PAL. 

May’s inaugural event raised $3,000 for the local organization, which contributes to Turlock’s Parks, Recreation and Public Facilities department to keep summer and after-school programs active. In addition to providing a safe place for kids to go and learn, they also foster a connection with the youth and law enforcement.
To register, visit and select the “3-DAY MULTI-SPORT CAMP BENEFITTING P.A.L.” tab.