Former Huskers to teach football camp
     2012-06-07      By The Gering Citizen   
Panhandle Football Camp, a noncontact camp for kids going into the 3rd grade-12th grade, will be held Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at Bearcat Stadium. Former Nebraska Cornhusker greats Tommie Frazier, Jamel Williams, Steve Warren, Marlon Luckey, Tyler Legate, Dwayne Harris, Keith Mercer, Octavious McFarlin, and Doane College coach Raymonn Adams will conduct the camp.

Participants will receive a camp shirt and lunch will be provided for each day. Gatorade and water will also be provided.
Registration fee is $75 per camper. Discounts are available for families with two or more campers. Registrations can be obtained at Scottsbluff Screen Printing, Athletes Edge, Sports Village, GNC, Hibbet Sports, Hometown Family Radio Station, Classics Barbershop and Logoz. Call Ralph Paez (308) 672-3279 for information.

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