A group of campers sang a song called "Connect the Dots," complete with choreography, and when dance instructor
Elsewhere, acting teacher
"It's been fun," Gibbs said. "I'll ask them if they had a good time and they all say, 'Yeah.'"
The campers have been taking lessons in acting, singing, dancing and crafts this week at the
Today, the students will show off what they've learned in a free production of "Arf: A Canine Musical of Kindness, Courage and Calamity."
"I like dancing the most," Lesley, 12, said.
"I like the acting class," Hart, 12, said. "And the snacks."
Since both are stage veterans, they aren't nervous about the performance. Hart said he hopes to help out the younger students if they get nervous.
This will be both thespians' last year at the camp, as they'll be seventh-graders this year and the camp is only for students in kindergarten through sixth grade.
Both Lesley and Hart hope to come back next year and help out.
The campers will bring donations for the
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