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June 25, 2012

77 participate in Kids Art Camp

CORBIN — “How Rain Came to Kapiti Plain!” opened Saturday at Union College’s Robsion Arena. S

Seventy-seven Kids College Art Camp performers worked for a week learning not only the play, but also work in all parts of theater. The children ranged from 5-14 years-old.

This was the ninth year of the College Camp. The theme this year was Puppetry Fun with the Wood & Strings Theatre.

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