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Averitt kicks off summer in the Boro with 1st week of camps
Masks in place, campers create and learn
Evan Taormina, 10, front, makes a heart out of clay coils while Kiera Andrews, 11, makes a clay football for her dad as the Averitt Center for the Arts kicks off its summer camp season. Each camper is required to wear a face mask to participate.

Summertime is in full swing at the Averitt Center for the Arts, as lots of local kids attend the first week of summer camps at the Averitt. 

This week featured Little Swans, Little Ones in the Limelight Theater and Clay Adventures Camp, as well as Lego Adventure Camp. 

Next week, campers will enjoy Introduction to Camp, Beauty 101, Armature Animals and Adventure, and Princess Arts and Crafts camps. 

For more information on how to sign your child up for camp, go online at or call 912-212-2787. Reserve your child's spot soon, as each camp has a limited number of spaces available. Campers are required to wear masks.

Instructor Eddie Frazier, center, gives some acting pointers to Emma Sue Grantham, 10, during Little Ones in the Limelight Theater Camp.
Monroe Richardson, 5, makes Ninja people during LEGO Adventure Camp. Campers were given their own space to work on their creations.
Allison Hagler, 5, center left, and Anita Kelly, 4, center right, practice their leaps while Emma Phillips, 5, left, and Machael Classens, 5, right, wait for their turns during Little Swans Ballet Camp.
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