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Posted on: May 30, 2014

[ARCHIVED] The June 9 deadline to register for the Eugene Police Activities League is quickly approaching

SUMMARY: Space is still AVAILABLE for this active summer camp for youth from ages 8 to 13. (Camp is June 23-27).

Don’t let today’s weather fool you! Summer is just around the corner!

Eugene Police Activities League (PAL) Camp, in partnership with Pacific Source, Selco, Oregon Credit Union, and UO

Eugene Police and its partners are offering an annual day camp for youth from ages 8 to 13. This unique summer camp is designed to offer opportunities for youth to have a wide variety of new experiences, from organized competitive sports and recreational activities to arts, educational and social skill development programs. In this incredible week of action-packed fun for kids, police officers will mentor youth and participate in games and activities. Middle school– and older elementary–aged youth will enjoy summer activities with structured personal guidance in a safe, friendly environment.

Camp highlights include:
Ems Baseball Clinic
Challenge Course
Craft Class
The Amazing Mini Race
Internet Safety & Anti-Drug Classes
Nutrition Education
EPAL Skate Night

EPAL registration is limited so it is important to sign-up early. This year’s Eugene Police Activities League Camp (EPAL) runs from June 23 – 27, 2014, 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. It will be held at Arts and Technology Academy, 1650 W. 22nd Ave, in Eugene Oregon. Interested parents can register their children online at, or print and mail forms at:

There is a $75 registration fee, and registration deadline is June 9.

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