Making Memories (Fine Arts Camp Days 3-4)

Fine Arts Camp 2012 was a tremendous success, and we want to say, “Thank you!” to those who made it possible.

Our assistants, Holly Smith, Amy Hanscome, and Jill Cagle – You each went beyond the call of duty seeing to each and every detail. Thank you!

Our instructors, Luda Hoskin (piano), Dawn Dixon (voice), William Hallmark (art), Chris Smith (guitar), Elizabeth McGinnis (musicianship / strings), Philip Giles (drums), and Cassie Wright (dance) – You each did a fantastic job sharing your gifts this week. Thank you!

Our FBCT facility staff, Mike Stewart, Milt Armitage, Andrew Gitunda, Henrietta Pettway, Dodd Allee, Chester Kennedy, and Lynn Wright – You made sure we had a safe, clean, comfortable environment in which to experience the arts this week. Thank you!

Our FBCT ministry staff and assistantsYour prayers and suggestions made a huge difference! It is a joy serving with you in the greatest cause. Thank you!

And, you, our Conservatory families… Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to share the arts with your children! We value your feedback and look forward to seeing you again soon! (Fall semester begins, August 20. More on that later!)

Enjoy these pictures from the final 2 days of Fine Arts Camp!

Praise the Lord! Oh give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever! – Psalm 106:1

Princess Dance Camp (July 9-11) is just over two weeks away! We would be honored if you took a moment to pray for the girls who will be leading and participating in this very special dance camp experience.

Help Us Spread the Word! 

You can help us in our mission to share the creative arts and the love of God with more people by posting about us on facebook, tweeting about us on twitter, and downloading our flyers to share with your friends and family. We appreciate your partnership and prayers! Princess Dance Camp (July 9-11) is just over two weeks away!

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Making A Joyful Noise (Fine Arts Camp Day 1)

It has been a great day at Fine Arts Camp 2012! The kids were a ton of fun and hopefully got a taste of the world of creative arts that will leave them wanting more and more!This year there are 40 children participating in the Conservatory Fine Arts Camp. Nine of them are returning from last year which means 31 are experiencing it for the very first time! This is exciting for us and them. We are praying that they will experience the love of God through the gifts music, dance, and art this week.

Throughout the week campers will experience Choir, Art, Dance, Drums, Guitar, Strings, Piano, Chapel, and  group recreation time!

Please take a moment and pray for these children and instructors as we seek to share the joy of music, art, and dance with them. Thank you for partnering with us.

Here are a few more pictures from day one. Enjoy!