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Nashua PAL recently hosted 2 community events, and we are so grateful to see all your smiling faces again!

Check out the video highlights from Cone with a Cop at Haywards and PAL's Summer Blast-off below:

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PAL Boxers Taking the W!

Congratulations to Nashua PAL Boxing Gym Boxer, Mike Fontanez, for his big win on Saturday! He competed at the CES Pro-Am Boxing show in Cranston, Rhode Island.

We have 3 PAL Boxers competing on Saturday, 6/26, at the Granite Chin Boxing Tournament. Mike Fontanez, Apostolus Lolos, & Christian Moura will be showing off their skills in the Invitational Elite Class at the New England Sports Center in Derry, NH -

Come on out & show your support!

Connecting Cops and Kids

From the Nashua PAL Officer's social media (@nashuapalofficer on FB and Instagram):

"What’s in a smile?

Behind the badge and uniform is a human being. This Officer took a few minutes to speak with a few kids after a meeting Shaun, the director of PAL, had asked him to attend. The power of positive connection is real and you can see it on the smile this Officer is wearing. The men and women who wear the badge and uniform care deeply for the community they live and in which they serve.

So, what’s in a smile? Everything.

*Veronica’s look as she caught me taking the picture though 🤣 "

That's a Wrap for the PAL Street Hockey Season

It was a great season for PAL's #StreetHockey 🏒 Congratulations to Fairgrounds for taking the victory!

Thanks to all the Nashua Police Officers & Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua for helping make this happen!

PAL's Officer Ben is pictured here giving a pep talk to Street Hockey youth. Something about samurai warriors & strength... whatever it was, they felt inspired! :)

PAL Force Football & Cheer Registration is Open! 

Have you checked out Nashua PAL's Event Page lately?

"Celebrate Your PAL!"

What's the best way to introduce the completion of the Nashua PAL Youth Safe Haven's building renovation by Building on Hope? A collaboration between Nashua PAL, Positive Street Art, & The Expressive Movement in a fun and energetic dance-showcase! 

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Featuring Nashua PAL staff & youth members, Nashua PD PAL Officer Ben Stusse and Lieutenant Camacho, The Expressive Movement team, DRok En Judo, and Samantha Oslord from Positive Street Art!

Directed & choreographed by Positive Street Art's Jeff Jean-philippe!

Check out Positive Street Art's inspiring mural outside on the elevator shaft titled: “Young Heroes”


Nashua PAL serves over 2,000 youth in Greater Nashua within 16 programs focused on Education, Activity, and Leadership.

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