The Town of Prosper and Nancy Lieberman Charities has teamed up to present a new Dream Court™ to the community in honor of Makayla Noble on Saturday, November 4 at 11 a.m. Makayla is a Prosper High School graduate, who has shown great courage and strength through life-changing adversity. The outdoor basketball court, which is located at Tanner’s Mill Park, will provide a safe place for youth to play, make friends and build positive relationships.
The Dream Court is high school regulation size, 50-by-84 feet, with two new basketball goals. It features a high-performance PowerGame™ surface from Sport Court in dark blue and steel blue that incorporates the Dream Court, Prosper Police Department and Prosper Fire Rescue logo.
Nancy Lieberman Charities has donated over 125 Dream Courts throughout the U.S., to make basketball more accessible to children and provide a safe environment for them to play. Dream Courts serve over five million youth each year.
Following the ribbon cutting, local children will participate in a court time on the new basketball court.
Saturday, November 4 | 11:00 a.m.
- 10:30 a.m. - Media Arrivals
- 11:00 a.m. - Dedication Ceremony
- 11:30 a.m. - Ribbon Cutting and Photographs
- 11:40 a.m. - Court time
- Noon - Event Concludes
- Nancy Lieberman, Basketball Hall-of-Famer and two-time Olympian, BIG3 Head Coach
- Makayla Noble, Prosper High School Graduate, Honoree
- Mayor David Bristol, Town of Prosper
- Chief Doug Kowalski, Prosper Police Department
- Chief Stuart Blasingame, Prosper Fire Rescue
- Dan Baker, Parks and Recreation Director, Town of Prosper
Tanner’s Mill Park
1641 Prince William Lane
Prosper, TX 75078
About Nancy Lieberman Charities
Nancy Lieberman Charities is changing children's futures through college scholarships and using sports as a catalyst for mental health, competition, and wellness. The Dream Court program's mission is to impact over 5 million youth per year, as they renovate safe play spaces each year in communities in need. Dream Courts' mission is to ensure that all kids have access to safe places to play. Over 120 Dream Courts are open throughout the US. Additional programs that influence kids’ dreams are, 3,000 tablets/iPad’s Day at the Office is a leadership and networking program to build their self-esteem and confidence so they will be able to make the right choices in the future. Nancy Lieberman and TJ Cline Basketball Camps are in their 43rd year and have served over 200,000 children. Learn more online at nancyliebermancharities.org on Facebook at @NancyLiebermanCharities, on Twitter @nancylieberman, @NLCharities and on Instagram at @nancylieberman, @NLCharities.
Media are asked to RSVP to: Todd Rice | Communications Manager, Town of Prosper | email@example.com