Camp ROCK promotes exercise, healthy eating to Coahoma kids

By MICHAEL BANKS,

Some 150 kids, from ages 6 to 11, took part in the annual Camp ROCK held last week at the Cutrer Mansion and the Coahoma County Higher Education Center in Clarksdale.

This was the sixth year of Camp ROCK, which stands for Recreation and Outdoors for Coahoma Kids.

 
 
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