Campbellsville University to host second Kids College of summer July 25-26

July 8, 2011
For Immediate Release


 Attending Campbellsville University’s Kids College for the first summer session
Attending Campbellsville University’s Kids College for the first summer session were from left: Front row — Cee Cee Creech, who is home schooled; Colleen Spencer, Campbellsville Elementary School; George Prebee, Taylor County Elementary School; Emma Maynard, TCES; Baylie Skaggs, TCES; Catherine Allen, TCES; Yuika Hanada, CES; Sydney Bertram, TCES; Stephen Duffy, St. Augustine; Matthew Graham, CES; Blaine Frazier, Kentucky Christian Academy; Ethan Watkins, TCES; Mayci Hafley, TCES; Abigail Keltner, Green County Intermediate School; Hunter Miller, TCES; and Gabby Tucker, CES. Second row – Ann Miller, KCA; Grayson Wise, KCA; Bryce Richardson, Campbellsville Middle School; Isabella Glasscock, Lebanon Middle School; Shamaar Gaddie, GCIS; Bailey Smith, CES; Emily Watkins, TCES; Chloe Hafley, TCES; Ashley Smith, TCMS; Jessica Clark, GCIS; Cheyanne Hall, Pleasant Valley Home School; Ryan Maynard, TCES; Ivy Blum, GCIS; Gracie Parrott, GCIS; Molly Sullivan, TCMS; and Ethan Anderson, TCES. Back row – Jeremiah Jackson, CMS; Randy Harris, CMS; Amelia Bowen, TCES; Zachary Coates, GCES; Shelby Wilds, KCA; Faith Gaddis, TCMS; Oriana Menes, TCES; Isaiah Glasscock, LMS; Clay Barnett, TCMS; Molly Crabtree, TCES; Shandi Russell, CMS; Tayler Judd, CMS; Madison Dial, CMS; Sierra Hall, PVHS; and Weston Young, TCMS. (Campbellsville University Photo by Joan C. McKinney)

By Joan C. McKinney, news and publications coordinator

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – Campbellsville University will host her second Kids College of the summer July 25-26, and there are still spots available for students going into grades 3-8.

The Technology Training Center, 409 N. Hoskins Ave., Campbellsville, is hosting Kids College.

Kids College provides students with opportunities to broaden the scope of their interests and interact with others. Students can choose two sessions from the following: Cookin’ Up a Storm; Mad Scientist; At the Spa; Green Thumb; Book Adventures; CSI—Cool Science Investigations; Found Sounds and Homemade Music; The Babysitter’s Club; No Girls Allowed; and Photography 101.

Catherine Allen makes "Goo" in the  Mad Scientist class. (Campbellsville University Photo by Joan C. McKinney)
Catherine Allen makes “Goo” in the
Mad Scientist class. (Campbellsville
University Photo by Joan C. McKinney

Catherine Allen, 8, who attends Taylor County Elementary School, invites all her friends to attend Kids College. “You should do it! It is so fun!” she said.

Catherine, who attended the June session, said she loved doing all of the fun activities, and she loved performing in the play.

“I learned how to do things better than I did them before, and I learned new things that I didn’t learn in school,” she said.

She took Mad Scientist and Lights, Stage, Action, and said her favorite was the acting class because “We had props, and we dressed up and performed the play for a group of people just like it was a real play.”

Catherine said she would “definitely” attend Kids College again.

She is the daughter of Ryan and Jodi Allen of Campbellsville. Jodi is director of counseling at Campbellsville University.

Registration for the camp is $75; this covers the entire instructional program including materials and a T-shirt. Kids College is filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

Campbellsville University is a widely acclaimed Kentucky-based Christian university with over 3,000 students offering 63 undergraduate programs, 17 master’s degrees and five postgraduate areas. The website for complete information is

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