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Getting Ready for Pre-Teen Camp Show
















August 5th we will be performing
with Black Light at a near by Pre-Teen Camp.
Stop back by to see how it went!





****UPDATE****
The kids at camp loved the show! We tried to video once again, but didn't get a lot of usable footage. The problem was that the kids liked it so much they were practically up on the stage with us!
Of course the blacklight was a hit as always, but they loved some of the skits too. Plaidman and Polkadot were two heroes that showed up and gathered quite a following. The puppet skits received a few laughs as well. Overall performing at camp was great. The kids really got into it and that was great encouragement to our Krew.
Oh! And how could I forget the Nerds???? They loved the Nerds!

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  1. Just wanted to give a shout out to the great job that the King's Krew does with the black light show. We didn't see you at the pre-teen camp, but at River of Life and everyone in our group from FBC Gray's Prairie thought you guys do a fantastic job of teaching the kids. Keep up the good work.

    Everyone came away with a favorite. We especially loved the 'Glow-Kids' at the end!

    I know that God is blessing your group, I hope that you'll be able to continue in ministry to His Glory and Pleasure!

    Bless Be the name of the Lord.

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