100 children spending the week learning about other cultures and the things that bring people together.
That is what Camp Lighthouse is all about. The four day multicultural summer camp kicked off Monday, July 18, at Myers Middle School.
Campers enjoy cultural dances and take part in a variety of activities which include arts, crafts, and sports.
Organizers say the goal is simple, to build a bridge between cultures.
Now in it’s sixteenth year, Camp Lighthouse is hosted by Savannah’s Martin de Porres Society in partnership with the Ramat Ha Sharon Community Centers of Israel, Congregation Agudath Achim, Historic First Bryan Baptist Church and the Chatham County Youth Commission.