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June 12, 2004

Contact Mary Leonard at 796-3730

YOUTH TO ATTEND CAMP CREATIVE AT VITERBO UNIVERSITY JUNE 21-25

LA CROSSE, Wis. -- Over fifty area youth will participate in drama, music, and art at Camp Creative ­ Creative Arts for Children June 21-25 at Viterbo University.
 
Camp Creative is sponsored by the Viterbo University Preparatory School of Arts. The mission of the Preparatory School of Arts is to offer creative arts for children in a non-competitive atmosphere, designed with care to bring out the creative artist that lies within each student.
 
At Camp Creative, each student participates in three sessions ­ art, music, and drama ­ each day. Sessions are carefully established in groups according to age, providing quality experiences and significant individual attention.
 
The program is held from 8:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, in the Fine Arts Center. Parents are encouraged to attend an open house Friday, June 25.
 
“Camp Creative is an excellent way to spark a child’s imagination in a way that’s fun and exciting,” said Mary Leonard, camp director.

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