On June 24, Brownstown Central high school will host their first-ever co-ed DISTINXION basketball camp for kids entering second through eighth grade.
DISTINXION is a nonprofit organization founded by the Zeller family to “provide a way to integrate elite character and sports training to help build family relationships.”
The camp focuses on: “developing character and sport skills, facilitating relationships with campers, parents, partners, coaches, and sponsors, and empowering others physically, relationally and spiritually.”
The camp is aimed for all skill levels, and T-shirts will be included in the registration fee.
Information and sign ups: distinxion.org