Eastern Florida State College P.J. Wilson, Henry Scott Youth Golf Camp Set For June 12-22

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orientation June 1 at EFSC Cocoa Campus Community Dining Room, Bldg. 11, 1519 Clearlake Rd.

The Eastern Florida State College P.J. Wilson and Henry Scott Youth Golf Camp will be held from June 12-22 at the EFSC Fred Gay Golf Academy in Cocoa. (EFSC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Eastern Florida State College P.J. Wilson and Henry Scott Youth Golf Camp will be held from June 12-22 at the EFSC Fred Gay Golf Academy in Cocoa.

The 25th annual Minority Youth Golf Program is open to all youth ages 10 to 17 and will be held Monday-Thursday from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Admission is free but pre-registration is mandatory.

The camp is designed to teach youth the basic skills of golf, including golf course etiquette, conduct, sportsmanship as well as values for successful living.

The camp was begun in 1992 under the guidance of former Brevard Community College (now EFSC) President Dr. Maxwell King with assistance from Henry Scott and P.J. Wilson, two African American golf professionals in Brevard County.

For years it was best known as the Minority Golf Camp because of its efforts to reach out to minorities, but it’s always been open to all young people.

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Youth must register before June 1, and forms can be found in the Fan Zone/Camps section on efsctitans.com or during an orientation session on June 1 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at held at the EFSC Cocoa Campus Community Dining Room, Bldg. 11, 1519 Clearlake Rd, Cocoa, FL, 32922.

For more information, contact Kathy Bauernfeind at bauernfeind@easternflorida.edu or by calling 321-433-5502.

BUILDINGS

1 – Security/Technical and Professional Training
2 – George Washington Carver Administration Building
3 – Clark Maxwell, Jr. Lifelong Learning Center
4 – Bernard Simpkins Fine Arts Center
5 – Rodney S. Ketcham Business Center
6 – Bookstore
7 – Irene H. Burnett Science Building
9 – Dr. Mary Cathryne Park Classroom Building
10 – Gen. George F. Schlatter Veterans Memorial Amphitheater
11 – Ralph M. Williams Student Center (Location)
12 – EFSC/UCF Joint Use Library
13 – WEFS-TV/Roger W. Dobson Learning Center
14 – Vocational Building
16 – Industrial Center
17 – Health Sciences Career Center
18 – J. Bruce Wilson Gymnasium/YMCA Family Center
19 – EFSC Astronaut Memorial Planetarium & Observatory
20 – HCVAS Health Sciences Center
21 – Veterinary Technology
22 – District Maintenance/Facilities
23 – Central Receiving/Mailroom
24 – Grounds/Maintenance
25 – STEM Annex Building
26 – Security
42 – Foundation House

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