A successful junior youth camp in Rose Hill

Posted on Thursday, February 26th, 2009 at 11:37 am

We’ve just held a week-long junior youth camp in Rose Hill. Youth and junior youth met every day for art activities, singing, making journals, and role playing how to teach a children’s class.

On the last day of the project, the junior youth met to make ‘aloo dam’, hot potatoes! The youth and junior youth were planning for the Cultural Day on Saturday, an event with lunch to which they could invite family and friends. At 11am on Saturday, the activity began to set the hall up. Soon, more and more people arrived bearing wrapped dishes of hot food, cartons of juice, fresh baked bread and brownies. Balloons and decorations were employed to create a very festive atmosphere. Mums, younger brothers and sisters, and invited friends began to arrive. At 12 the programme began with speeches introducing the junior youth class, a song, a play, and then a game… musical chairs involving the whole audience.

The programme ended with a delicious lunch. As more friends arrived, the spirit in the hall was vibrant. Cultural day ended with new resolutions and warm friendships made.

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One Response to “A successful junior youth camp in Rose Hill”

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