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Bee Jays Baseball Clinics, Hot Dog Cookouts Set

KSCB News - May 30, 2013 1:02 pm

LIBERAL, Kan. — Young baseball enthusiasts have the opportunity to gain experience learning from the area’s own semi-pro winning team, the Liberal Bee Jays, by attending one of three baseball clinics and connected activities; all sponsored by Epic Touch in June.

The Liberal Bee Jays will be the guests for the free baseball clinics in Elkhart and Liberal, Kan., and Guymon, Okla., and attend the free hot dog cookouts at each Epic Touch retail store where team members will autograph free baseballs for young fans. Clinics begin at 10 a.m. and the hot dogs are served at the stores at noon. Free baseballs for autographing will be given to the first 100 in attendance at each store.

The dates and locations for the annual baseball clinics and hot dog cookouts are:

Saturday June 8, 10 a.m.-noon at Brent-Gould field at Seward County Community College (SCCC) in Liberal followed at noon at Epic PCS in the Coronado Plaza for free hot dogs and drinks and Bee Jay autographs.

Wednesday, June 12, 10 a.m.-noon at Robert (Bob) Gillespie Field in Elkhart followed at noon at Epic PCS, downtown Elkhart, for free hot dogs and drinks and Bee Jay autographs and baseballs.

Saturday, June 22, 10 a.m.-noon with the field to be announced in Guymon followed at noon at Epic PCS in the Northridge Shopping Center for free hot dogs and drinks and Bee Jay autographs and baseballs. The Guymon event is part of Main Street Guymon’s Epic Saturdays.

A member of the Jayhawk Conference, Liberal Bee Jays Baseball has been a part of the area for over 50 years. In addition to winning the Jayhawk League Championship 13 times, the Bee Jays have won five national titles and have been runners up six times.



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