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Craig Dean weighs in for keeping it Joe Johnson LL Park

Craig Dean writes:
I agree, I played there when it was already named Joe Johnson LL Park, and remember the stories people would tell about the time that Joe put in over the years out there. I remember always seeing Mr Johnson out there, sitting under the big tree by the concession stand, watching the fields and all the kids running around. He was always willing to pitch in and help with whatever was needed. I hope the hard working men and women of our local Little League baseball organization decide that it is for the best to maintain the name of Joe Johnson in the naming of the park. -Craig Dean
Comments re article 44828 Butcher Rogers Keep it the Joe Johnson Little League Park




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