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Thinks park should remain Joe Johnson Little League Park

Jimmy W. Harper writes:
I remember playing on the team Rotary with J.C. Johnson, Joe Johnson's son. That was when there were only four teams and everyone did not get to play. Mr. Johnson tried to pick the best or the one who had a little talent (I only had a little talent and played right field when a poor batter was up) but I got to play. Joe Johnson will always be remembered by me and every player on those first teams. I think that the name of the Little League Park should remain as The Joe Johnson Little League Park and not try to be politically correct. -Jimmy W. Harper
Comments re article 44794 Reader asks about name change on Little League Park




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