6th Annual Whitnall Youth Baseball Camp

April 20, 2009

The 6th annual Whitnall Youth Baseball Camp is now accepting registrations for the summer sessions. There are two camps:

 

Camp #1 June 15-17 9:00-11:30 Ages 6-10 Boys and Girls

Camp #2 June 22-24 9:00-11:30 Ages 11-14 Boys and Girls

 

Where: Schoetz Park, Hales Corners

Fee: $75

 

Registration: www.wybcamps.com or pick up a form at the Whitnall High School Athletic Office.

 

This camp is designed to teach the fundamentals of baseball from an experienced coaching staff while at the same time having fun games and contests.

 

The camp will be run by Brian Johnsen the head baseball coach at Whitnall High School. His coaching staff and various coaches from around the area will assist him. For information go to www.wybcamps.com or you can directly contact Coach Johnsen by email at bjohnsen@hotmail.com or by calling him at 414-630-1314.

 

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