Candy Camp 

When Tammy Rae Scott dropped off her 10-year-old son, Misha, at the Lumberjack basketball day camp for second- through fifth-graders last month at Humboldt State University, it was a frenzied, confusing scene. She asked several coaches for directions. Register Misha here,…

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