Basketball clinics this weekend 10-31-12

Hawaiʻi Police Department
HI-PAL Program
Officer Joseph Botelho Jr.
Phone 961-2220

 

Media Release

The Hawaiʻi Police Activities League (HI-PAL), along with Hawaiʻi Island Hoops, will hold a clinic for agility, conditioning and skills at the Panaʻewa covered facility on Friday (November 2) from 4-6:30 p.m. and Saturday (November 3) from 9-11 a.m.

Registration will begin at 4 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. Saturday.

Additional clinic dates will be announced later.

For more information, call Officer Joseph Botelho Jr. at 961-2220 or Matt Kaʻaihue, a Panaʻewa community volunteer, at 961-6270.

In an effort to give back to those in need during the upcoming holidays, a donation of canned goods will be greatly appreciated and accepted for the Hawaiʻi Island Food Bank by Hawaiʻi Island Hoops and HI-PAL.

Andy Smith, director of Hawaiʻi Island Hoops and former University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo basketball standout, founded Hawaiʻi Island Hoops in 2004 in an effort to provide local student-athletes with outlets to help them achieve their goals of higher education and playing on the next level.

Hawaiʻi Island Hoops and HI-PAL are helping to build strong communities through sports and education.


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