Eighth year for Sing God’s Glory

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Posted: August 2, 2013

The Winchester Star

Charles Casey (from left), 10, of Berryville, Jacob Henshaw, 10, of Stephens City, and Abbie Dodd, 9, of Winchester, play hand bells during a session of the SINGGG Camp. (Photo by Ginger Perry/The Winchester Star)
Luke Henshaw, 7, of Stephens City plays an African drum during the SINGGG (Sing God's Glory).
Campers sing during a rehearsal at the First United Methodist Church. Campers participate in choir, handbells, percussion, organ, dance, and arts and crafts.
Olivia Ciancilo, 10, and Karli Schildknecht, 11, both of Frederick County, perform on African percussion instruments during a rehearsal.
George Amos directs some of the members of the SINGGG choir during the SINGGG Camp at the First United Methodist Church. A performance will be held at 11 a.m. today at the church.

WINCHESTER — Children gathered this week at First United Methodist Church for the eighth year of SINGGG Camp.

The purpose of SINGGG — Sing God’s Glory — is to help children in grades first...



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