Selma Police Athletic League (SelmaPAL) has implemented an established youth mentoring program, summer enrichment program, and an afterschool enrichment program for area children to come and participate. Selma PAL is a recreation-oriented juvenile crime prevention program that relies heavily upon athletics, recreational activities and education to help kids go right and stay right.
The paddles were acquired so that there would be ample supply available for visitors and park attendees for boat rentals. Equipment was also purchased to help with maintenance of the grounds. Office equipment was also purchased to provide efficient and speedy service to park registrants and visitors.
Today, Old Cahawba Archaeological Park is an important archaeological site located in Orrville, Alabama and a place of picturesque ruins. Nature has reclaimed much of Old Cahawba, but historians and archaeologist are working hard to uncover Cahawba’s historic past and to create a full-time interpretive park.
Old Cahawba is Alabama’s most famous ghost town and a wonderful place to visit, create memories, explore, and learn. The Park sponsors wagon tours, bird watching, cemetery preservation, bike rides, haunted history tours and much more. There are few places where the wonders of nature combine with so many elements of history. Old Cahawba’s grounds as well as the historic St. Luke’s Church are used for family reunions and large gatherings. Old Cahawba is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been featured on dozens of travel websites as an important site to see when visiting Selma.
Selma PAL After School Enrichment Program is based on the premise that children and teen want a safe after school environment where they can participate in enjoyable and productive activities is a supportive setting. PAL incorporates proven strategies that strengthen protection factors and promote positive and productive behavior and attitudes.
Our project provides food on a monthly basis to low income persons that live in Dallas County, Perry and Wilcox Counties who live in a food insecure areas of Alabama. They are given nutritious food to feed their families on a monthly basis.