A. C. White Relocations, a strong supporter of the Alpharetta community, was pleased to provide a 4-man crew to assist the Police Athletic League (PAL) as they packed and moved all of their equipment–including a boxing ring– to temporary quarters at Milton Center. PAL is moving to make room for construction on the Alpharetta City Center Project, and they are currently looking for a permanent location for the facility. The Alpharetta organization provides a safe and supervised environment for youth ages 8-14. It’s an after school program that provides tutoring, mentoring and leadership training along with organized sports activities. The PAL Summer Jam Camp which is eight weeks of fun-filled activities ranging from cookouts to pizza parties and field trips serves approximately 100 youth in Alpharetta. Veronica Carew, PAL Executive Director, says the program can always use volunteers and donations.
If you would like to help or if you would like more information about providing internships, jobs, or mentoring, please e-mail Ms. Carew: firstname.lastname@example.org. Jim Paine, Chairman of the Board of Directors of PAL, is a strong supporter who expressed his appreciation to A. C. White Relocations for their contribution of the team and truck for the 8-hour move. A. C. White recognized the importance of this valuable community resource and provided their services to ensure a quick transition so PAL could continue its work with area youth.