The camp will be Saturday, January 17 at the North Campus hitting facility. The camp will run from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All ages are welcome to attend.
Cost for the camp is $45. The entry fee includes the camp, lunch with the North Platte Community College softball players and coaches. They will also be given a single game pass to any of the remaining Knights or Lady Knights basketball games.
The camp will focus on fielding, hitting, base running and throwing. The North Platte Community College softball team and coaches will also work one on one with the campers to improve their softball skills.
“Our girls love interacting with the campers and showing them what our program is all about and we are family.” Higgins added.
Campers need to bring their bats, glove and shoes.
The camp is limited to 32 athletes. The complete camp brochure can be found on the North Platte Community College athletic website, www.npccknights.com.
Free will donation with a portion of proceeds benefiting Mid Plains United Way.
You are invited to join Heartland Singers as they present their 28th annual Christmas Concert. This year they are celebrating the “December Child”. Selections include: “Gloria In Excelsis Deo”, “I Wonder As I Wander”, “The Little Drummer Boy”, and “And The Glory Of The Lord” from Handel’s Messiah.
Join Heartland Singers as they celebrate the reason for the season!!
Ticket sales for “Away in the Basement: A Church Basement Ladies Christmas” begin on Monday, November 10. The Playhouse Box Office will be open Monday-Friday from Noon-5:00pm, you can also get tickets online at www.northplattecommunityplayhouse.com or at the door. This is going to be a hilarious show that we will all be able to relate to!
The Grammy-winning singer entered the plea during a brief court hearing on Friday. He also entered a special plea in which he maintained his innocence in the case.
Superior Court Judge Mark Young sentenced the 39-year-old singer to three years of formal probation. Young said Green, whose real name is Thomas DeCarlo Callaway, will be allowed to travel for work.
Green entered the plea just before a preliminary hearing, which would have disclosed potential evidence against him, was scheduled to begin.
Prosecutors rejected a rape charge against Green when he was charged with the felony drug charge in October 2013. His attorney Blair Berk has said Green had consensual sex with the woman he gave ecstasy to during the 2012 dinner.