Youth basketball tournament returns to The Esplanade July 9

Deb Crane–

The Esplanade Youth Movement is proud to present the 5 on 5 youth vs. Metro Toronto Police Basketball Tournament at the Esplanade Basketball Court on The Esplanade between Princess St. & Hahn Pl. on July 9 2017.

This event is in partnership with Toronto Police (51 Division) and is aimed to create unity between youth and Toronto Police.

The tournament will be happening on July 9 2017 between 12:00pm to 8:00pm (On the Esplanade between Hahn Place and Princess Street). This Tournament will bring together members of our community and local business to enjoy, educate and build bridges between the youth and the Metro Toronto Police. This is a much needed event in our community and it also allows us to remember the youths we have lost and the Officers in the line of duty.

The Esplanade youth Movement is an organization that works to help assist and educate the community on the struggles and challenges the youth face by raising awareness in the community through workshops and community events.  By focusing on preventing youth-on-youth violence by involving members through educational workshops and free community programs and by creating awareness in the surrounding community. We encourage our members to participate in the planning and execution of our events.  Previous events hosted by the Esplanade Youth Movement have brought together over 400 youths from the surrounding community. There will be a free community barbeque, fire trucks, 50/50 draw, prizes, police horses, youth organizations, and giveaways.

Telephone: 416-300-8895

Email: espyouthmovment@outlook.

#espyouthmovement @espyouthmovement #espyouthgroup #51division #metrotorontopolice

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