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The 411: Youth

Oak Hills Community Church provides fun for kids

Oak Hills Community Church provides fun for kids
South Texas Children’s Home Ministries teens give a new meaning to fun as they enjoy getting messy at the summer kickoff event.

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The Oak Hills Community Church of Floresville kicked off the summer at the South Texas Children’s Home Ministries Boothe Campus by providing a fun-filled day for our kids that took messy games to a whole new level!

Before hitting the pool in the late afternoon, volunteers started the day by having organized fun in the gym. Following a picnic lunch under the trees, the messy games were under way. They started with chilled water balloons that the kids busted on their heads. Then a sponge filled with water was passed over and under each child as they tried to fill a bucket, each group trying to fill it faster than the other. The remaining water was then dumped on unsuspecting volunteers. The fun concluded with a treasure hunt that involved sausage gravy and an obstacle course that had raw eggs and shaving cream. It was a messy day!

Thank you to Oak Hills Community Church for kicking off our summer and providing our kids with a messy day filled with laughter, friendship, and fellowship!

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