Lauderhill’s Police Athletic League (PAL) Boxing Program
The Police Department started a new youth boxing program at the direction of Chief Constance Stanley. We are proud to announce that 20 youth have already enrolled, and we are still accepting applications. Registration is currently open for both males and females between the ages of 8 and 17, who desire to learn the sport of boxing.
On Monday August 5th, we held a practice session in anticipation of the start of our formal classes. We were pleasantly surprised with a visit from Lauderhill’s very own World Amateur Champion, Tony “Bang” Williams. Come join our team and become Lauderhill’s next world Championship Boxer.
Information about our Grand Opening celebration will be announced in the near future. For more details or to register, contact our boxing program coordinator Adrian Lumpkins at the Lauderhill Police Department (954-497-4700) or visit us at the Windermere Recreation Center.
Image above: Pictured from L/R: Youth Recreation Program Coordinator, Tawanna Mckinnon; Community Liaison Officer, Rasheed Rasheed Baaith; program participant Brandon Lumpkins; Community Liaison Officer and Boxing Program Coordiantor Adrian Lumpkins; Boxing Champ Tony “Bang” Williams and Community Liaison Officer, Ronnie Hall.
Image above: Boxing Ring at the Gym