El Paso Holocaust Museum inviting kids to annual summer camp
El Paso, Texas —
Through Friday, kids will be spending their morning's at the El Paso Holocaust Museum's Annual Summer Camp.
This year kids will learn about young people that expressed individuality during the Holocaust.
The camp was created for kids ages 8-12 to introduce the history of the Holocaust to kids.
It also helps promote diversity and acceptance, encouraging them to stand up for what is right.
The school year is around the corner and one thing students may have to deal with is bullies.
The subject matter of this camp is meant to teach kids the importance of standing up for one and other.
Host promise fun hands-on activities, games, art and music.
There will be special guests sharing stories of people who lived through one of historys' darkest moments.
El Paso Holocaust Museum's Summer Camp theme is "Stand Up. Speak Out. - Everyone Can Be A Hero."
Taking place July 17 through 21 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
It will happen at the El Paso Holocaust Museum in downtown on 715 N. Oregon
For more information call Jamie Flores at 915.351.0048 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org