Fall Late Night Basketball League

Mayor Horrigan to Continue Successful Program
Posted on 10/01/2019
Image of Late Night Basketball ProgramThe City of Akron will host a fall basketball league to begin on October 21. "Late Night Basketball" was very popular and successful as a summer midnight basketball program and is an outcome of the Youth Violence Prevention Strategic Plan, aiming to reduce and prevent youth violence. The Late Night Basketball Program will be held at Helen Arnold CLC (450 V. Odom Blvd.) on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6-11 p.m. and run through December 18. It is free, but registration is required; Akron residents age 18 or older are eligible to sign up. Register quickly (first come, first served) to ensure your spot is secured. Prior to each game, the City will host an educational talk to benefit the players; and players must be present for each speaker in order to participate. Topics include healthcare, parenting skills, life insurance, job opportunities and resources for resume building, child support, police relations, higher education, and more. The application is available here, and there will be hard copies available at all of the City's community centers. Applications may be returned to any of the centers or at the Recreation & Parks Administrative Office (220 S. Balch St., second floor). For more information, call 330.375.2804.

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