“The little girl was very shy on Monday but by being in the atmosphere for a day or so, she now is having a great time,” Cunning said.
The camp also comes with little bouts of something most kids could use – exercise, which helps break up the monotony of doing just art.
Art association members donated many of the supplies and food. Cunning said with the success of this year’s camp, plans for next year are already in the works.
“Next year, we would like to have the younger kids up front and the older children here in the back, so they are able to work with children their own age,” Cunning said. “We couldn’t be happier with how things are going.”