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FOOTBALL: Bemidji State hosting youth football camp April 30

The camp will be held at Chet Anderson Stadium if weather permits – if not, the camp will be moved to the Gillett Wellness Center.

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BEMIDJI – The Bemidji State football team will host a youth football camp on Saturday, April 30. The camp will be held at Chet Anderson Stadium if weather permits – if not, the camp will be moved to the Gillett Wellness Center.

The developmental clinic is for students in kindergarten through sixth grade and offers football instruction on throwing, catching, blocking, kicking and tackling from BSU coaches and current players. The camp begins at 10:15 a.m. and runs until noon, with a picnic lunch to follow.

The cost is $25 for pre-registered campers and $35 for walk-ups. Participants are provided with a Bemidji State football T-shirt and lunch and are encouraged to bring a marker for Beaver autographs.

Parents will be allowed to sit inside Chet Anderson Stadium to watch the camp.

Campers can sign up online at abcsportscamps.com/bsufootball.

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