Please sign up for concessions, gate or clock sessions to help generate funds for both the SLP Panther Basketball Club and the SLP Senior All Night Party (co-sponsored tournament).
If you are a SANP parents or students and have trouble signing for a session, please contact Shelly at email@example.com for assistance.
Wednesday, April 29, 5:30 - 7 p.m.
Spring Lake Park High School Gyms
A great marketing opportunity for all
local non-profit organizations!
This open-house style resource fair will feature non-profit athletic and activity organizations (like you!) from the Spring Lake Park Schools communities of Blaine, Spring Lake Park and Fridley. Information booths will include school district-sponsored programs and activities, summer programming opportunities, and non-profit community organizations.
Last year over 400 people attended the first-ever Youth Activities and Athletics Open House. Many connections were made and programs were strengthened across the school community.
This year we hope to bring even more families through the door and we want you to be involved. We will provide a table and you can bring any marketing materials you wish - signage, posters, flyers, brochures, registration forms, etc.
The Spring Lake Park Panthers Basketball Club (SLPPBC) is a non-profit organization that provides youth in the Spring Lake Park School District #16 attendance area the opportunity to learn and enjoy the game of basketball at a competitive level. Our focus is on teaching basketball fundamentals, promoting team play, improving individual skills and having fun in order to promote a life-long enjoyment of the game of basketball.
Panther youth basketball is organized in three tiers: Rec League and Traveling, which are run by SLPPBC and School Basketball, which is run by District #16.
See language changes below in by-laws to be voted on at April Board meeting around mission statement and officers terms.