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07Sep/18

Kuna Learn to Play Lacrosse Clinics – September 22, 2018

The About The Kids Lacrosse Foundation, The West Ada Lacrosse League (Wall Ball-Idaho and Kuna PAL presents:

Learn to Play Lacross Clinics Wednesday September 22, 2018

Who: The program is for boys and girls 1st thru 8th grade.
Where: Hubbard Teed Elementary School
When: 4:00-6:00pm

Learn how to pass, catch cradle, dodge, shoot and gather ground balls at this fast paced introductory clinic. Taught by US Lacrosse Trainer and Coach Tom Welsh. Equipment will be provided. Bring water!

Register here.

01Jul/18

Open Call For Photographer

Kuna Police Activities League is accepting letters of interest from local photographers/photography companies for our youth sports programs, including flag football and soccer. Scope of work includes taking individual and team portraits for each of our leagues.

If you are interested in partnering with us, please send a letter of interest to security@kunapal.org by July 22, 2018.

04Jun/18

Fishing 101

Kuna PAL and Idaho Fish & Game presents:

FISHING 101

Want to fish but don’t know where to start? This class is for you. We will learn about aquatic habitats and where fish may be found in those habitats. Learn how to make the basic knot needed for the beginner angler, the clinch knot. Then learn to cast using a basic push-button reel and use your newly gained casting skills to catch plastic fish in the grass. Once you have mastered casting, try catching a real fish in Sego Prairie Pond.

When: July 17, 2018, 6:30-8:00pm
Where: 2085 W Sego Prairie St, Kuna, ID 83634
Who: Co-Ed, Ages 6-18
Cost: $10

Idaho Fish & Game will be providing fishing poles for participants or you can bring your own pole.

Register below. Space is limited!

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23May/18

KunaPal Tatertots

What’s cuter than a bunch of 3-4yo kids running around in soccer gear playing some ball?! Not much!
This season, KunaPal Soccer took feedback from parents throughout the past few years and tried to create a great program for both kids and families. We took the weeks we had and divided up the most important basics, ensuring the participants wouldn’t get overloaded or bored – tricky balance there!
All in all we’re extremely pleased with how the new program went and plan to use feedback to continue to make it great!
09Apr/18

Weekly Highlight – 4/7/2018

Well spring showers and wind sure gave us a run for our times this weekend! What would spring ball be without a little nature!?

Football kids had a blast, although towards the end there weren’t much running plays if the field was in the crosswinds.

True champs of the weekend were the soccer Tatertots, these 3-4yo kids played through severe winds like try champs… watchout club teams in 10yrs, these are gonna be some tough cookies!

We also hosted our first U12 soccer game this weekend, our U12 teams travel all over the valley.

03Apr/18

Football kicks off Spring 2018 with blue skies and touchdowns!

03/10/2018-Wow, let’s just start with how amazing the weather was for our first weekend of football! Beautiful skies, brilliant sun and people were shedding coats – Spring is in the air!

The Junior Vikings Vs. Junior 49ers started us off on Fire Sentry Systems Field at 9:00a followed by the younger division teams. Head Referee, Austin, said all of the games were really exciting to watch, lots of great talent and clearly a lot of fun being had.

All of our teams rocked their first weekend and we can’t wait to see what this season has in store for us.