Sunday, July 15, 2007

BEFORE BLASTOFF

Here's how the rocketship looked before that fateful day. For the summer camp Bible school every child and volunteer had to pass through the archway and enter into their own little classes. Each tent held a class of about 15 kids and at least 2 volunteers. They all wore their Galaxy t shirts and had an absolute ball.
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15 comments:

Dsole said...

what do you mean to that fateful day? Something bad happened? It seemed a haooy day there

Steve said...

Neat shot...I like the way you framed it.

Lilly said...

Interesting post today.

Annie said...

What a way to start the fun! I loved VBS when I was a child; I remember it yet.

Chad Oneil said...

Very nice event. I'm sure it was exciting for the kids.

Olivier said...

superbe cette fusée, les enfants devaient etre tres heureux


superb this rocket, the children were to be very happy

Moi said...

the kids get to have all the fun, dont they!!! :)

Laurie said...

Looks like a fun day.

Ash said...

Interesting!

MedaM said...

Nice event for children to remember. I like that blue sky; it matches beautiful with those white tents that are making a small “tent’s street”.:-))

Paula said...

Read your most recent two posts. 3000 kids??? Whew! Our church has two VBS sessions (am & pm), but not 3000 kids. That is incredible!! Looks like everyone was having a great time, too.
Paula

John Roberts said...

It looks so much bigger and more majestic in this view. That rocket was the center of attention! It makes the previous post even sadder to see it discarded and alone now.

Kekiinani said...

Looks like they are all having a blast!! :) :).. Nice shot. :)

bluemountainmama said...

man, that's some vacation bible school!! 3000 kids...i can't even imagine! sir laughsalot attended this past week at a little country church up the road. a pivitol(SP?)summer activity in my book....something i looked forward to every summer as a child.

JAM said...

What an amazing setup for VBS!

Our church's VBS begins today (Monday the 23rd).