Jackson Baseball, Softball camp, Dec. 22

The First Annual Jackson Baseball and Softball Camp, for second through seventh grades, will be held Dec. 22-23 on the campus of Southwest Mississippi Community College.

The camp, operated by Southwest head baseball coach Ken Jackson and former Southwest and Delta State University softball standout Maggie Jackson, will cost $75 per person. The cost will cover instruction, insurance, a t-shirt and snack.

To register for the camp, contact Ken Jackson at (601) 341-0283 or kjackson@smcc.edu or Maggie Jackson at (601) 551-1441 or maggiejackson21@yahoo.com.

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