Some local kids got a little wet and wild Monday during a unique summer camp.
It's called SWAM Camp, and it stands for Summer, Worship, Arts and Music. The week of fun began Monday at St. John's United Methodist Church on South Alameda.
Children four-years old through sixth grade are able to enjoy arts and crafts, music, games and story time. All of the activities are geared toward the theme "Making Waves."
"We do our arts and crafts, and singing," camper Alexa Waldrop said. "That is the best part."
"There are a lot of fun games here, and especially today because we are going to get wet," camper Levi Delk said. "So it is actually fun because you are learning about Jesus while playing."
"It is definitely hands on," said Sheryl Calhoun of St. John's Methodist Church. "We have them baptizing baby dolls in the story time area. They will learn a bible story everyday, and a memory verse. They will sing great songs in our sanctuary."
150 kids are taking part in the camp, which wraps up Friday.
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