Isaac Watson, left, receives individual attention as he works on his solo for the play "The Game Plan" last Wednesday during Creative Arts Ministry Program or C.A.M.P. at Stained Glass Theater. Jill Walker, right, and Justin Martin, both with the music part of the program, worked two-on-one with the soloists as needed.
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Melanie Thompson, left, and Misty Mathews, respectively choreograph and direct students during a camp this week. For the first time, Stained Glass Theater hosted C.A.M.P. or Creative Arts Ministry Program.
A stack of 1-by-3 boards transformed into a snack-shack. Trees branched with green growth and brown trunks. And dozens of cheery, colorful faces to shape.
Nearly 30 children, ages 8-13, were busy with paintbrushes and power tools this week during the set-construction lessons at CAMP: Creative Arts Ministry Program.
The first-time venture, which was offered by the Stained Glass Theatre of Mid-Missouri, introduced children to ....
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