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Young Men United holds summer camp
Lutraya Hall, 9, made a tie dye T-shirt during Wednesdays Young Men United summer camp. Because it was her birthday, she was also surprised with a birthday cake and presents. This is the second year for the summer camp.
Young Men United offered a three-day summer camp for children ages 5-13 last week. The event attracted about 30 children each day.Children participated in a wide array of activities, including making tie dye T-shirts, painting rocks, painting faces, and playing table hockey and cornhole. They also received visitors from Collins River Fire Department, Warren County Ambulance Service, Warren County Sheriff’s Department and McMinnville Police Department.Among the children in attendance was Kaitlyn Ramsey, 13, and Lutraya Hall, 9.“I’m having fun,” said Kaitlyn, as she made a tie dye T-shirt.