Lumpkin County High School will hold its inaugural Future Indian Football Camp, July 14-17.<br />
The camp will take place from 5:30-8 p.m. each day at The Burial Ground (Lumpkin County High School Stadium) and is free to all participants. (Financially-able participants are asked to make a donation to the Lumpkin County Touchdown Club.)<br />
The camp is for players aged 5-12 years.
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