75th TPAAA Playground Games held in Scarborough

Photo of Sara Faruqi By Sara Faruqi,
Toronto Police Service
Published at 6:01 p.m., August 7, 2014

The 75th Toronto Police Amateur Athletics Association (TPAAA) Children’s Playground Games took place this afternoon, August 7, at Sir Borden BTI in Scarborough. The event was held in partnership with KidSport Ontario with over 120 children participating from the East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club and the Our Space Danzig community youth. Six different sport stations were set-up, including, lacrosse, soccer, basketball, cricket and a space for track and field.

A girl jumps to high five a Toronto Police Officer in civilian clothing.
A girl from the East Scarborough Boys and Girls Club jumps to high five Constable Marc Madramooto from 32 Division.
A girl jumps to high five a Toronto Police Officer in civilian clothing.
A man and five young kids huddle in for a talk.
A man in sunglasses and a suit stands in between two uniformed police officers.
Two young boys on the grass, with one hugging the other.
A girl with braided hair flying in the air, is midair, jumping.
Two young children are in the foreground running, while a plainclothes officer is in the background catching up to them.
A gril in a green ball cap with a lacrosse stick in hand tries shooting towards a goal with a man in a TPS Lacrosse team uniform stands watching her.
A girl with a blue and red hairband runs on an outdoor track.
three uniformed officers smile and pose with two cheerleaders in Toronto Argonauts uniforms.
A man in shorts and white tshirt speaks in to a mic.
There people sit on blue and yellow bleachers, smiling. They are all wearing blue shirts.