Designed for parents and children
Sgt. Chris Hill of the Howell Police Department and the President of the National and local Police Athletic League has said one of the goals of the PAL is to provide a safe place for the young residents of the town to come and play and take part in the various activities offered. On Wednesday night the PAL will be hosting a special program helping to teach them and others ways to deal with "tough situations," Hill said. The program will touch on a variety of topics according to Hill, "whether it's friendships gone bad or grades or just a poor relationship with friends and family. The event starts at 6 p.m. and is scheduled to run until 8 p.m. There will also be food and drink available during the night.
Sports and other camps available for residents of all ages
With the school year winding to a close the Howell PAL is gearing up for what figures to be a very busy summer. In addition to the summer camps being offered by the township the PAL is also offering its own camps for everything from law enforcement to athletics to cooking. For those hoping to one day join the Rebel football team the PAL camp will run from July 9-13 for children ages 7-to-16-years-old. The camp will run from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and registration costs $50 which includes a t-shirt and lunch for campers. This year's camp is set to be held at Oak Glen Park. Cruz Farm on Old Tavern Rd. will host the PAL golf camp from July 23-27 which will be held from 6 p.m. to dusk and is open to players between 7 and 14. This camp also has …