BRYAN - Young journalists and aspiring TV Reporters learned a little bit more about what we do here at KBTX.
Thursday afternoon News 3's Clay Falls spoke with 5th and 6th graders at Creative Arts Camp at First United Methodist Church in Bryan.
The students learned everything from how to interview each other, to storytelling and running cameras.
The Creative Arts Camp is held at the church every year,
and they had a total of more than 240 campers and 100 volunteers.
"I think we ended up with 16 different classes this year for the children to choose from, all varied. Dance class, lots of fun things to choose from, photography," said Rev. David Henry, First United Methodist Church of Bryan Music Minister.
The camp will conclude with a musical program Friday night at seven at Rudder High School.
It's called, "Moses: Man of Miracles."
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