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JCJC to hold Summer Baseball Camp

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The annual Jones County Junior College Summer Baseball Camp will take place June 3-4 and June 6-7 at Community Bank Park.

The camp is for youngsters ages 5-12. Registration fee is $100 per camper. Youngsters will receive 12 hours of baseball instruction and scrimmage and a JCJC baseball t-shirt. Return the registration form by May 31 to ensure receiving a camp t-shirt. The form is located at http://www.jcjc.edu/camps/baseball/.

Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. on June 3.

For more information, contact assistant coach Chris Kirtland at 601-477-4088 or chris.kirtland@jcjc.edu

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