LOWELL — Acting Superintendent Barry Golner is pleased to announce that the Lowell Police Youth Services Program is offering a free Ultimate Frisbee program to Lowell youth in grades 5 to 8.
LOWELL — Interim Police Superintendent Barry Golner is pleased to share that the Lowell Police Youth Services Program and community partners offered a school vacation week basketball camp to Lowell youth in grades 5 to 8.
LOWELL — Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson would like to share that the Lowell Police Department is offering a free Youth Boxing Club for any city resident ages 10 to 18.
Lowell Police Department and Lowell Public Schools Partner to Offer Wrestling Clinic During School Vacation
Lowell Police Department Superintendent Raymond Kelly Richardson and Lowell Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Joel Boyd are pleased to announce the Lowell Police Youth Services Program will offer a two-day wrestling clinic during February vacation.