St. Paul Lutheran Church had some scaly, feathery, and fluffy visitors. Animal Embassy gave a presentation to the campers of the Vacation Bible School.
"When the animals come, the kids always look forward to that. Animal Embassy is very good. They always talk to the kids well. The kids get a chance to touch, see and feel the animals," said St. Paul's Lutheran Church Superintendent Jack Dobrucky Jr.
Even the adults enjoyed the presentation.
"Sue Cassano who is one of our directors love sit more than the kids. That's her exciting spot and time," said Dobrucky.
The Church has held Vacation Bible School for one week during the summer for almost 100 years. Volunteers from within St. Paul and from other parishes help this program run every summer.
"We have a lot of great helpers that have really learned a lot themselves, and are willing to teach it. It's an important base for the kids," said Dobrucky.
The camp closes the week out with a barbecue to say goodbye to the kids for the summer.