Programs

HPAL Overview

The Harrisburg Regional Police Athletic League has several programs and activities during the year and some programs are held on a weekly basis throughout the school year.  Other programs such as summer, fall, winter, and spring programs and activities will have a defined period of open participation to our members and are only offered during certain times each year.  Registration for each program can be made by visiting or contacting our PAL office, or go here “Contact Us” and send us an email today to get more information.

Participant Sign-in Form  –  This is required when signing up for one of our programs,    activity,  or special event. Please note this form is for registered members of PAL to log your individual program attendance. If you have difficulty with this sign in form, please give us a call at 717-233-3104 and someone will be able to assist you.

Mentoring through Sports
  • Basketball
  • Baseball

One of the priorities this year is to review and discuss the possibility of establishing a soccer program, and flag football and bringing boxing back.

Heart to Heart
A mentoring program for girls ages 8-17
This is an excellent program that is directed and facilitated by Ms. Lillian Bates.  These girls meet weekly for various activities and mentoring sessions.  Ms. Bates has with her additional volunteers along with her daughter and granddaughter that assist her with this program.
Special Events
  • Fishing
  • Bowling
  • Roller Skating
  • Shop with a Cop

TRU – Tobacco Resistance Unit

This program has one of the largest representations and group members in the Harrisburg Area.  It is directed and facilitated by Mr. Eric Rophermel, who continues to do great work with these young people.  This group takes part in legislative conversation regarding increasing the age to purchase tobacco products from 18-21.  This group promotes tobacco resistance education as vendors at different events, with the last one being the annual Farm Show.