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Teens lay on a seniors’ tea and hat show

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Young Observer visited SDC Teen Camp at the Whitney Institute, where they were hosting a seniors’ tea and hat show. It was spectacular to walk in and see in excess of 200 seniors dressed accordingly in beautiful hats. The SDC Campers were busily making sure everything ran smoothly. In addition to the entertainment campers served seniors refreshments throughout the afternoon.

A dance selection of the entertainment included Kioshi Burgess from Camp Kiskadee. His team included Gatwoine Minors, Kallan Simmons, Quadre Emery, Panashe Mwanandimai, Shane Tavares. The group had choreographed an awesome rendition of song ‘Car Wash.’

In addition to Camp Kiskadee’s performance, which was followed immediately by a beautiful dance routine by Teen Camp campers, the seniors’ tea entertainment included solos from John Duncan, Kassandra Caines, Aaron Spencer and Kaelyn Castle.

SDC Teen Camp hosted a seniors’ tea and hat show at Whitney Institute.
SDC Teen Camp hosted a seniors’ tea and hat show at Whitney Institute.
Car washers: Camp Kiskadee dance team Kioshi Burgess and his team Gatwoine Minors, Kallan Simmons, Quadre Emery, Panashe Mwanandimai, Shane Tavares.

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Published July 25, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated July 24, 2013 at 7:34 pm)

Teens lay on a seniors’ tea and hat show

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