Aug 4, 2009

Camp Children Create New City

Children of the Lindsey Wilson College Fun Factory stand in front of Boxville, a makeshift city they created the final week of the day camp. Located in the Cralle Student Union Building, Boxville was built out of large cardboard boxes, plastic foam and a lot of imagination. According to the city’s residents, Boxville is “a place of peace and where everyone is nice.” Pictured are six of the city’s residents – front row: Taybren Manners of Greensburg, Ky.; C.J. Bonifer of Greensburg; and Cole Schmidt of Columbia; and back row: Shelby Curry of Columbia; Luke Wolford of Columbus, Ind., and Emma Wolford of Columbus. The Fun Factory is supervised by LWC Assistant Professor of Recreation, Tourism, and Sports Management Tricia M. Day. The day camp – which was held over three weeks this summer – concluded on Friday, July 31.

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