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12 August 05, 2021 News Outlook By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com Following a week-long summer camp Sponsored by the Robert L. Brown Foundation and the Blue- grass Community Foun- dation at the Sharpsburg Community Center, the Lexington Children’s The- atre led 17 local young people, including 10 from Sharpsburg, into a Friday afternoon performance of I‘FairyTales with aTwist,” a funny, mixed-up retelling of popular fairy tales such as Cinderella, Jack and the Beanstalk, Rapunzel, Pin- occhio, and others. Taylor Meng and Sophie Ferrin, with the Lexington Children’s Theater worked with the kids through week. Lexington Children’s Theatre’s 7 Performance Workshops. allow partici- pants to improve their act- ing and performing skills; Students receive classes in acting, improvisation, voice, and movement. Each child enrolled in the workshop receives a speaking role in the play which rehearses every day, culminating in a fully mounted performance for family and friends on Fri- COMMUNITY SIIiII'IISIIIII‘ community center llllSlS lexingmn children's Theatre “Fair Tales Will] a Twist" day evening. 7 “We at LCT were so thrilled to be in Sharps burg this summer! We had a great week and hope to returnll The young'people did a great job and we loved creating a play with them,” said Taylor Meng. This summer camp was a great opportunity for kids ages to learn acting skills, building self-confi- dence, and try out their skills in front of a crowd of supportive parents, grand- parents, fiiends, and com- munity members. This will be the first of many up- coming community events in Sharpsburg and Bath County sponsored by the Robert L Brown Founda- tion. . “Blue Grass Community Foundation is delighted to be the home and steward of the Robert L. Brown Foundation. We know that Mr; Brown loved the Sharpsburg community and had a passion for the- atre and education. Un- derwriting a free week of theatre camp for youth from Sharpsburg and Bath County is a terrific ex- ample of Robert Brown’s charitable legacy, and We are excited about all the good things to come,” said Lisa Adkins, president/ CEO, Blue Grass Commu- nity Foundation. cusro oo CLINARY SOUTIONS NEW STARTING PAY OF $15.00/HR Photos by Cecil Lawson ;We have openings on 1st and 2nd shift! now and be eligible for $500-00 Sign 0“ bonus' Benefits include medical, dental, _vision and 401(k). Looking for a part-time opportunity? We are offering 2-3 day per week schedules. Apply on Indeed or at ctifoods.com. Anyone that needs assistance with the online application can call, 606-674-6772 and'ask for an HR representative.