Painting the Court

Feb 12, 2016 | 0 comments

If you want a real basketball court, it needs to have lines! Thankfully our most recent team that traveled to the Care Center in Ghana was up to the task.

Basketball Court Markings

Painting Lines


Painting Lines in Ghana


Opportunity Court is now complete with a three-point arcs, free throw lines, and the other regulation markings to make an official full basketball court. The Touch A Life kids can now practice their skills and play a pick-up game or two after school.

Playing Basketball


Playing Basketball in Ghana


Thank you to Jake Nolan and Amy Liddy for funding Opportunity Court, and to the team from First United Methodist Coppell for spending an afternoon painting!

Opportunity Court Sign

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