Every day is an opportunity to touch the life of another person, to offer guidance, to make another person’s life better. Such random acts of kindness cause a domino effect of positive change. In connection with the Bartlesville Area History Museum’s new exhibit. Education Coordinator, Betty Keim will present a special program, People Who Make a Difference, Thursday October 12, from 1:00 to 3:00, for children from 7-13.
There will be fun activities for the children such as making a flower with the different items to share with others as a reminder to be helpful and kind. As an act of kindness, we will send notes on Halloween greeting cards to elderly residents in local retirement communities. We will be playing Kindness Bingo. We will also discover other young people in our area who have made a big difference
Camp is geared towards your child’s age group with themed refreshments, crafts and the opportunity to do something outstanding for their community while discovering Washington County’s legendry faces. Spots are limited and registration is required, call the History Museum at 918-338-4290 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register today!