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2024 National Crime Victims' Rights Week Kickball Tournament

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Event Dates
Anthem Merrill Ranch Parkside

6747 W Victory Way
Florence, AZ

Get ready for an evening of fun, community spirit, and awareness as Paladin Sports Outreach teams up with the Pinal County Attorney's Office to present the 2024 National Crime Victims' Rights Week Kickball Tournament. This engaging family event is set to take place on Friday, April 26, 2024, from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Anthem Merrill Ranch Parkside field, in a collective effort to honor National Crime Victims' Rights Week.

This annual community celebration is designed to bring families together for a cause that matters, providing an opportunity to support and recognize the rights and needs of crime victims. The event is entirely free and open to families looking to enjoy a wholesome evening filled with activities, entertainment, and learning opportunities.

The kickball tournament will feature both competitive and recreational divisions, catering to all levels of skill and enthusiasm. Whether you sign up as an individual ready to join a team or bring your own team to compete, the tournament promises excitement and fun for everyone. It's a great way to get active, meet new people, and engage in friendly competition.

Beyond the kickball action, attendees can look forward to a variety of attractions including food trucks offering delicious eats, vendors showcasing their goods, and fingerprinting services aimed at enhancing community safety. Additionally, there will be games and prizes to keep the excitement levels high throughout the evening.

One of the highlights of the event is the police demonstrations, providing a unique opportunity for community members to learn more about the work of law enforcement in protecting and serving the public. These demonstrations are not only educational but also serve as a bridge to strengthen the relationship between the community and police officers.

Paladin Sports Outreach and the Pinal County Attorney's Office are excited to bring this event to the community, reinforcing their commitment to supporting crime victims and fostering a sense of unity and resilience. The Kickball Tournament is more than just a sporting event; it's a statement of solidarity and support for those affected by crime, and a celebration of the strength and rights of victims.

Date Created: March 29, 2024