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Beline Obeid
August 16, 2012
The worship and fine arts program offered children second through eighth grades a chance for children to appreciate and share music and participate in the worship service. Instructor Evan Caldrone taught children how to create different tones from the Djiembe drum that comes in three sizes. He explained when fingertips tap on the outer part of the rim it gives the drum an open tone and when palms are used on the middle, it gives the drum a bass tone. The week-long program was held at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Grosse Pointe Farms.

Kate Ennis decorates a canvas frame. The theme was the trinity and in each circle was a symbol representing the father, son and holy ghost.

Emma Oresky plays the cow bells.

Artistic director Michael Burkhardt and the program's author auditioning a soloist for the closing presentation. Auditioning are from left, Caroline Gallagher, Adria Dixon, Dima Aboukasm and Kendall Lams.

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