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— Baseball Clinic set for Saturday

The JD 3:21 Foundation and the Major League Baseball Players Association will host a free baseball clinic from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday at the Camden Fairview High School from children ages 6-16. Aspiring participants can sign up for the event by visiting then clicking “More Events” and scrolling down to the Jan. 25 date. After clicking on Camden Clinic there will be a red box in the upper right hand corner where parents and guardians can register their children.

Group sets up Daffodil Softball Tournament

B and M Painting is teaming up with the City of Camden and the Camden Daffodil Festival staff to host the first annual Daffodil Festival coed softball tournament. The tournament is scheduled for March 14 at Carnes Park.

Entry fee is $150 per team and $50 for unlimited home runs. To sign up, inbox Tami King Beevers or call her at 818-4755. Funds will go to the Ouachita County Historical Society.

C. Parsons injuries career threatening

ATLANTA (AP) — Chandler Parsons’ attorneys say the Atlanta Hawks forward suffered “severe and permanent injuries” in a car wreck last week that could jeopardize his career.

Attorneys John Morgan and Nick Panagakis of the firm Morgan & Morgan say the injuries Parsons suffered in Wednesday’s crash include a traumatic brain injury, disk herniation and a torn labrum. Parsons was leaving practice when he was hit by a driver who the attorneys say was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol.

The Hawks said last week that Parsons suffered a concussion and whiplash.

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