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Join us for the inaugural Ballin’ 4 PAL Charity Basketball Game, where Mayor Lenny Curry and Sheriff Mike Williams’ teams will be taking it to the court to raise funds for the Police Athletic League of Jacksonville’s (PAL) athletic program.
More than 2,000 youth participate in PAL’s year round and seasonal athletic programs annually. The proceeds from this year’s charity basketball game will provide scholarships for underprivileged kids to participate in organized sports, where they will learn social skills, character building and sportsmanship.
Tickets are $6 per adult and $4 per child. Children under 5 attend for free.