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Day 5, the final day of the Tired-A-Lot Spring Break camp culminated in the unveiling of the community mural that the campers had been working on this past week. These students were guided through the process of exploring how art can be transformative through the message it conveys. Their work reflects the concerns and desires of the residents of the Mount Vernon Park Neighborhood, as well as each of their own concerns and desires for the community.
The collaborative work done by this group of young people and the genuine dedication to their community, along with their incredible artistic talents is nothing short of inspiring!
The Tired-A-Lot Spring Break camp, run by Rena Bradley with the Bridge of Grace Compassionate Ministries, provides a venue for young people to learn how to effectively be a vehicle for positive change in their community and how to effect that change through art.
On the final day of camp, members of the community were invited to share lunch and hear what the students had to say about the mural they created. Thanks to all those who participated in making our community a better place in which to live through the Tired-A-Lot Spring Break Camp 2018!