Former St. John’s High School and Washington Redskins wide receiver Charlie Brown will head a two-day football camp for the Charleston County Park and Recreation Commission on June 8-9 at St. John’s High School.
The camp will run from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and focus on high-quality skill development, competitive play and teamwork.
There is no charge but advance registration is recommended. Visit charlestoncountyparks.com or call (843) 795-4386.
Former Porter-Gaud star and current Milwaukee Bucks standout Khris Middleton will hold his third annual Khris Middleton Skills Academy on June 5-7 at Porter-Gaud School. The camp runs from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and is open to boys and girls ages 9-17. It will focus on basketball fundamentals, including ball handling, passing, teamwork and shooting. The cost is $100, with proceeds benefiting the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center. John Pearson, Porter-Gaud’s boys’ varsity head coach, is the camp director.
Former James Island star Roddy White, now a wide receiver with the Atlanta Falcons, will lead a football camp, along with cheer, yoga and skills classes, for boys and girls ages 8-18 on June 24-26. Hours are 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at Fort Johnson Middle School. The registration deadline is May 25.
Contact Latesha Grant at (843) 860-1737.
The College of Charleston sailing program will hold a series of youth advanced racing clinics. The Laser clinic is tentatively scheduled June 2-4 but could be rescheduled for June 6-7. Clinics for FJ/420s will be June 23-25. Visit sailing.cofc.edu/clinics for information.
The Charleston Bocce League summer schedule runs May 26-July 28, with an end-of-season tournament Aug. 4 and 11. Check in Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at the third block West beach entrance at Folly Beach. The fee is $75 per team. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Crystal at (843) 408-8635 or Lori at (970) 376-6940.