We wrapped up a beautiful [and very warm] day two of week two of Pirates Past Noon Kids and are so very proud of our campers. Despite all the changes, new protocols and plans, our campers have worked so hard every day to be the best campers and performers they can be!

Working Hand in Hand

Campers continue to work on our production while taking some time to have fun throughout the day. Whether we are working on our music, blocking and dances or enjoying time in art and games classes, campers are making memories with both new and old friends. We’ve mentioned this before but we have really loved seeing campers who have siblings, cousins, neighbors and close friends work together throughout the day. During our breaks, we see campers laughing and smiling with one another and that is a welcomed sight for sure! Even though most, if not all of us, have been home with our siblings and missing our friends for a long time this spring and early summer, campers still are spending time with family members and looking out for one another. We love that!

Despite the super warm temperatures this week, campers continue to work hard and give their all when we spend time outdoors. We are grateful for the cool temperatures indoors where campers (and staff) can relax and take a break from the summer weather.

Giving 100% All Day!

As we prepare for our performance on Friday, we spent lots of time putting our musical together and learning from our production team. Campers are working quickly to learn all the music and lines in the script as we only have two camp days remaining before our performance day. We have loved seeing campers support one another and encourage each other as we shine through all of our rehearsals. We thank our staff who continues to work hard leading our campers through each rehearsal portion of the day!

Campers of the Day

Each day we feature campers who shine both on and off the stage and are an example to others. Congrats to our Campers of the Day: Elizabeth, Claire, Ella & Sean! #CCCshines

Catholic Community Choir (CCC) was established in 2007. With faith and fun at the core, CCC strives to provide unique and engaging experiences focused on performing arts, service and ministry. To learn more about CCC, visit our website. #CCCshines

Leave a Reply