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Published by william.deady, 2019-02-25 20:47:25

NCPAL 2018 Winter Newsletter

NCPAL 2018 Winter Newsletter

NCPAL 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801 Follow us on Insta WINTER 2019

Baldwin NCPAL Basketball

The NCPAL would like to give a special
congratulations to Baldwin High School’s
Kaia Harrision, on receiving a full athletic
scholarship to play at Wake Forest University.
She started her basketball career playing
for the Baldwin NCPAL Unit, and became
one of the most honored basketball players
in Long Island history. Kaia’s accolades
include, Nassau All-County, New York All-
State, McDonald’s All-American, NYS Class
AA Federation MVP, 2X State Champion and
State Federation Champion. The Baldwin
NCPAL is very excited for Kaia and wish her
the best of luck on her senior year and future
college endeavors.

John Starks Visits NCPAL

On September 22, former New York Knick
legend John Starks came to the Town of
Oyster Bay Hicksville Activity Center to speak
about his rise from an undrafted rookie, to
becoming an NBA All-Star. His message of
determination and perseverance was very
well received by our NCPAL community. We
thank John for coming down for the special
appearance and we hope to having him again
in the near future.


NCPAL 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801 Follow us on Insta WINTER 2019

Special Needs Unit

The NCPAL Special Needs Unit has had a very busy winter session! On top of the multitude of sports programming
available to our participants, we offer great community activities that have always been very successful. Train rides
to Montauk via the LIRR for sightseeing, an annual costume party for the Halloween season, the annual cops and
kids basketball game, as well as a paint night offering over-sized holiday decorations, made for lots of fun for both
the participants and our volunteers. We thank those volunteers who continue to make the Special Needs Unit the
biggest and best Special Needs program in the country.

Valley Stream Rifle Program

This past year, four Valley Stream NCPAL Rifle Team athletes competed in the Junior Olympic qualification match
that was held at West Point Military Academy. Each athlete successfully received an official invitation to compete
in the Junior Olympic Championship to be held at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Congratualtions to Kyra Ramdarie, Aicha Ourti, Zef McDonald and Brian Aliventi on a job well done and representing
the NCPAL on a national level.


NCPAL 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801 Follow us on Insta WINTER 2019

Franklin Square/
Valley Stream Gymnastics

The Franklin Square/Valley Steam
gymnastics program has been making
our participants tumble for quite some
time. Patty Chiarappa has been running
our gymnastics program for 39 years.
Cartwheels and roundoff handsprings
make for a great workout! Highly trained
instructors always have a watchful eye
on our participants while learning new
movements. We hope to continue the
program for years to come.

Plainview / East Meadow
Football and Cheerleading

November marked the conclusion of
our Plainview/East Meadow Football &
Cheerleading program. This season our home
games were played at Plainview - Old Bethpage
John F. Kennedy High School. In December,
there was an awards breakfast at The Heritage
Club at Bethpage for all participants. It was a
very successful and fun season for all of the
boys and girls who participated.


NCPAL 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801 Follow us on Insta WINTER 2019

7-Eleven Corporate Donations

This year, representatives from the 7-Eleven corporation made donations to our NCPAL organization. The Units
from Levittown and Valley Stream benefited from their generosity and donated $711.00 to each of the Units. Grand
openings of stores within these communities were met with much fanfare, as well a check presentation to Police
Officer Directors and Unit youth participants. We thank the 7-Eleven corporation for their donations and their
commitment to the families of Nassau County.

Modell’s Sporting Goods
Partnership

During our basketball camp season,
Modell’s Sporting Goods provided
a generous donation of outdoor
basketball goals for our Hicksville
Headquarters Activity Unit. These
goals will help us workout our youth
participants with the skills and drills
needed to take to the next level. We
thank Modell’s and hope to continue
our great partnership.


NCPAL 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801 Follow us on Insta WINTER 2019

Commissioner Ryder to be Honored
at NCPAL Gala

The NCPAL Executive Board is pleased to announce that
the Nassau County Police Department Commissioner
Patrick Ryder will be honored at this year’s NCPAL Gala.
Please join us for this wonderful event.

NCPAL GALA

May 8th

Chateau Briand
Carle Place

For tickets and sponsorship information
Log onto nassaucountypal.org

NCPAL Commanding Officer and
Police Officer Directors

The NCPAL would like to congratulate Commanding
Officer R. Kiesel on his promotion from Sergeant
to Lieutenant. He has been in the Unit since May
2016. We would also like to welcome 2 new Police
Officer Directors to our Unit. Police Officer R. Lajara
comes to us from the Community Affairs Unit. Police
Officer R. Clauss joins us from the 8th Precinct
Patrol Division. We thank Commisioner Ryder
for continuing to support the Unit and the NCPAL
community.

NCPAL Camps and Clinics

Although the popularity of camps have risen
lately, the NCPAL has always had a steady
amount of participants in our various camps.
Countywide, the NCPAL has various youth
camps during the summer, as well as clinics
throughout year spanning all units. Pictured
here is the camp staff and youth participants
for the New Hyde Park Summer Recreation
Program.


NCPAL 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801 Follow us on Insta WINTER 2019

ABOUT NCPAL NCPAL Executive Board

In 1940, under the direction of Nassau County’s President
first Police Commissioner Abraham Skidmore, the Frank DiVittorio
Nassau County Police Boys Club was formed. Since
that time there have been several changes including 1st Vice President
changing the name of the organization in 1987 to Arnold Palleschi
the Nassau County Police Activity League (NCPAL).
While the name may have changed, the mission of the 2nd Vice President
organization remains the same today as it was back in Michele Walker
1940. Our mission is to prevent juvenile delinquency
and aid in development of good citizenship through Treasurer
positive interaction of youths and police officers. Chris Kyriacou

The NCPAL is a tax-exempt, not-for-profit organization Board Members
that is operated by an executive board, a board of Alex Ipiotis
trustees, and with the tireless help of hundreds of Rich Lopos
volunteers. Presently there are twenty-nine (29) units,
which cover over forty (40) different communities. The Commanding Officer Lt. Robert Kiesel
Nassau County Police Department provides officers to Police Officer Nick Alvarado
oversee these units and to interact with the youths of Police Officer Gary Biggers
these communities. Activities that are offered include Police Officer Jethro Cardona
sports, crafts, educational, and other programs. These Police Officer Ryan Clauss
activities vary from unit to unit and are based on the Police Officer Chris Innace
local community’s needs and interests Police Officer Ramon Lajara
Police Officer Tony Kiser
MISSION STATEMENT Police Officer Matt Perlungher
Police Officer Ed Philip
To operate youth clubs and provide sports, crafts, Police Officer Jack Volpe
educational and other programs of a team and
individual nature for all boys and girls in Nassau Nassau County Police Activity League
County, N.Y. regardless of race, religion, income or [email protected]
disability. The intent of the activities is to prevent www.nassaucountypal.org
juvenile delinquency, steer children clear from gang
activity and to aid in the positive interaction of Police 167 Broadway, Hicksville, NY 11801
Officers and Youth.
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“IT IS BETTER TO BUILD YOUTH
THAN MEND ADULTS”


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