It’s no secret the world is filled with a hodgepodge of different faiths, cultures, and beliefs, but it can be hard to understand.
Which is why each year the Thompson-Pound Art Program (TAP) takes a week to open children’s eyes to the diverse world around them. This year, the group worked in partnership with the West Georgia Boys and Girls Club of LaGrange to facilitate their program titled ” Groovy to Serve.”
Close to 40 children six through 12 years of age learned about different cultures and faiths through music, drama, dance, art, and stories from volunteers in the community. All of it was free of charge. At the end of the week, the children showcased what they learned in a ceremony for their parents and loved ones.