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FFUMC will offer summer music camp for kids July 8-12

At Fayetteville First United Methodist Church’s Summer Music Camp this year children will learn about faith heroes through music. Rising kindergarten through rising sixth graders will have fun with friends as they grow spiritually and musically.

Camp will be held July 8-12, from 9 a.m. to noon each day.

Activities include drama, set design, instruments, choir and movement. Participants will end the week with a program.

Classes will be led by Joan Aycock and Delacey Wilkins.

Scholarships are available in exchange for volunteer hours. Sibling discounts of $25 per child apply.

Before June 15, the cost is $50 and includes music, instrument use and supplies for the program, After June 15 the cost is $60.

Registration forms are on the church website, in the Welcome Center and on kiosks.

Contact Joan Aycock by email for more information at jaycock@fayettevillefirst.com or call 770-461-4313.

At Fayetteville First United Methodist Church’s Summer Music Camp this year children will learn about faith heroes through music. Rising kindergarten through rising sixth graders will have fun with friends as they grow spiritually and musically.

Camp will be held July 8-12, from 9 a.m. to noon each day.

Activities include drama, set design, instruments, choir and movement. Participants will end the week with a program.

Classes will be led by Joan Aycock and Delacey Wilkins.

Scholarships are available in exchange for volunteer hours. Sibling discounts of $25 per child apply.

Before June 15, the cost is $50 and includes music, instrument use and supplies for the program, After June 15 the cost is $60.

Registration forms are on the church website, in the Welcome Center and on kiosks.

Contact Joan Aycock by email for more information at jaycock@fayettevillefirst.com or call 770-461-4313.

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