Sunday, August 18, 2013

Getting Dramatic

Seamus was so excited this year, because as an entering third-grader, he was able to participate in Sacred Heart’s summer drama camps.

The students are assigned their parts, and then they must learn lines, create costumes, build scenery, and rehearse their show all in one week!  On the last day of camp, the families are all invited to the performance.

The first week, the drama camp put on Robin Hood.  Seamus was one of the merry men!


The second week of drama camp was A Christmas Carol.  Seamus played a town boy…


Young Ebenezer…


And Tiny Tim!  He was soooo excited about this role, mainly because it involved carrying a crutch ;-)


He had a ball and the kids did an amazing job!  Here’s Tiny Tim and Ebenezer Scrooge dancing during the finale!


Great job to all the young actors!

Friday, August 9, 2013

Saying Goodbye

Our hearts are heavy with the loss of our Uncle Charles.

I was blessed to not only have him be a big part of my life, but a big part of my children’s lives as well. 

We are finding comfort in our wonderful memories…and we keep praying for my aunt, my cousins, and everyone who loved him.

“If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together, put me in your heart, I’ll stay there forever.” -A.A. Milne

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Rest in peace, Uncle Charles.  8-2-13

Friday, August 2, 2013

Dylan’s Ride

The Camenga Racing team was proud to be  a part of the second annual “Dylan’s Ride for Dwarfism Awareness!”  Hosted by the Sikes family of our local LPA chapter in honor of their son Dylan, it’s a day filled with fun, friends, and awesome local businesses all coming together for dwarfism awareness.

The Camenga Racing show car was on site for the fun!


Waiting for the bikes to roll in…


Here they come!!


Time to eat…awesome lunch provided by LT’s Grill!


Handing out dwarfism awareness information to the crowd.




Bye by bikes!  Thanks for everything!


Wrapping up the day with good friends and fro-yo!

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Thanks Sikes family for another awesome event!