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Sheriff’s Youth Activities League

The Lee County Sheriff’s Youth Activities League provides fun and safe sports and activities for Lee County Youth. The program promotes physical fitness, healthy self-esteem, learning new skills, and social interaction in a positive.

What is the registration process?
There are different registration requirements for different activities.  Call 239-994-7721 or email: info@leesyal.org for more information.

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Students built on their sportsmanship, teamwork, disipline, confidence, self-esteem, healthy social interactions and leadership skills. In addition to promoting a positive pastime.

Programs are offered at:

– Veterans Parks Recreational Center in Lehigh Acres
– North Fort Myers Recreational Center

To Register, Contact: 

– Tim Berti at TBerti@leegov.com, 239-369-1521 at Veterans Park Recreation.
– Jessy Zukaitis at JZukaitis@leegov.com, 239-533-7200 at North Fort Myers Recreational Center.


As a year-round mind-body sport, Archery teaches students to explore their ability to focus, have self-discipline, engage in problem solving, practice their social skills, and feel confident as they learn safety and sportsmanship. Additionally, it helps develop hand-eye coordination, increases upper strength and balance. 

Archery is presently offered at: 

– Veterans Parks Recreation Center, 55 Homestead Rd, Lehigh Acres, FL 33936
– Williams “Bill” Austen Youth Center, 315 SW 2nd Ave., Cape Coral, FL 33991

To Register in person Contact:

– Cynthia Lee: 239-242-3950
– Suncoast Estataes Community Center, 2241 Case Lane, North Fort Myers, FL  33917
239-731-9838 or email: Suncoasttf@gmail.com

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It has been proven that kids that participate in sports at a younger age have a better opportunity to develop into more confident and responsible adults. Soccer not only promotes teamwork, improves motor skills, boost self-confidence and self-esteem, it also increases social interaction with others while developing their concentration and focus. It improves a child’s cognitive flexibility while enhancing the team concept and ulimately promoting strong work ethics while having fun.

This program is offered at: 

– Pine Manor Imrovement Association Center

To Register, Contact:

– Shari Clark at sharalynclark@goodwillswfl.org

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Each Summery, SYAL partners with Lee County Parks and Recreation, American Red Cross, and United Way to make use of the once formant Tice Community Pool, in order to provide free of charge swimming lessons to hundreds of children in the community. The youth receive individualized swimming lessons by certified swimming insructors during the morning hours each weekday, while the community gets to enjoy the pool during the open swim hours in the afternoons. SYAL and Lee County Sheriff’s Office deputies actively attend the program and interact with the community.