WOOSTER – After being a camper in the Wooster Christian School art camp for various many years, 14-year-old Evan Berger stated he is excited to be coming back this year as a helper.

“I like the option to learn new matters and then help other children when I come again to teach. That’s definitely been my favourite section,” Berger explained. “And I also just love the talent that I see with my mates, and also what I have been ready to study during the many years.”

At the Wooster Christian University art camp, children age 8-13 create visual art, these kinds of as paintings, clay pieces and crafts, and performance art via music and theater performances, whilst also studying about the Christian faith.

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