Saturday November 28th, 2015 2:42AM

Johnson boys basketball camp will take place June 16-18

By staff
The Johnson boys basketball program is putting on a boys basketball camp June 16-18. <br /> <br /> Sessions last from 6-8 p.m. each night, and cost is $40. <br /> <br /> The camp is designed to enhance the fundamental development of boys from second grade to eighth grade. <br /> <br /> Our goal is to build a solid base that can be added to each year and prepare our future Knights to be successful in high school and beyond. <br /> <br /> The groups will be divided by age and skill level for the week. <br /> <br /> Email coach Jeff Steele at or coach Michael Parker at for questions. <br /> <br /> Registration forms are available online at
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