• “Promoting a Drug Free, Violence Free Community.”

Youth Center Sponsors

Both local and regional businesses and organizations are an important part of PAACE’s mission to Promote a Drug Free, Violence Free Community and we appreciate donations of money, materials and equipment to enhance our programming!

Our summer programs are funded in part by The Town of Parker, David Plunkett Realty, The Parker Rotary Club and the Industrial Development Authority of La Paz County.

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Joe Salcido and Selena Lugo from Wells Fargo Bank in Parker presented a $2,500 check to PAACE in October, 2015.

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In October 2015 Parker Walmart Manager Jason Kellett presented a donation of $2,500 to PAACE from the Walmart Foundation.

In the summer of 2013, PAACE utilized funding from Pacific Gas & Electric, Colorado River Sewage System-Joint Venture and Suddenlink Communications to create a new Video Gaming Center at the Players 9th Street Youth Center in Parker. The upgraded gaming center included three flat screen televsions, three XBOX 360 video gaming consoles, a new built-in gaming cabinet, new video games, and a fresh paint job on the walls. The new Video Gaming Center is a popular addition to the youth center and we appreciate the businesses that helped make it happen. Cenpatico recently funded a new floor and a new Air Hockey table through a Community Reinvestment contribution!

Thanks Cenpatico

The Parker Walmart store donated another $2500 to PAACE in 2014! Pictured at the check presentation is (from left) Assistant Manager Starr Baxter, PAACE Executive Director Duce Minor, Parker Walmart Manager Jason Kellett, Assistant Manager Sherry Reynolds, PAACE Director of Community Relations Melissa Wright and Assistant Manager John Lackey. Thank You Walmart!

The Parker Walmart store donated another $2500 to PAACE in 2014! Pictured at the check presentation is (from left) Assistant Manager Starr Baxter, PAACE Executive Director Duce Minor, Parker Walmart Manager Jason Kellett, Human Resources Manager Sherry Reynolds, PAACE Director of Community Relations Melissa Wright and Assistant Manager John Lackey. Thank You Walmart!

gaming center beforeHere’s a “before” shot of our video gaming area.

gaming center afterAnd here’s the “after!” Thanks to our supporters for making it possible!

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Joey Venegas (left) from Suddenlink Communications and Andy Jones from Colorado River Sewage-Joint Venture were instrumental in helping us create the new Video Gaming Center! PAACE recognized the two at our annual PAACE Coalition Recognition Luncheon on December 17, 2013.

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PG&E donated $2000 to the Players 9th Street Youth Center!

suddenlinkSuddenlink Sales Representative Joey Venegas donated an XBOX 360 gaming console and a flat screen television for our new Video Gaming Center (photo was before renovation).

walmartdonationThe Parker Walmart store is a generous supporter of PAACE and the Players 9th Street Youth Center. PAACE was awarded a $2500 grant from Walmart in 2012 and 2013. Special thanks to Parker Walmart Manager Jason Kellett and Walmart Human Resources Manager  Sherry Reynolds.


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