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There have been just two meetings of the Anchors and Juniors in February up to this point, with a week off for half-term. The Anchors continue preparing for their Fun Day on Saturday 24th, so not long to wait. They have been busy creating artwork for their competition frieze with this year's theme being the Creation Story. And they have been practising their song which comes along with plenty of actions.
The Juniors have bought the ingredients and then prepared a fruit salad for the Anchors to enjoy after their Fun Day preparations — a healthy option that went down well. At the last meeting the Juniors modelled BB badges and other things like dice, snails and sausage rolls out of clay; these should be dry and ready to paint at the next meeting after the half-term break.

Lt. Rolfe Bridson.
15/02/18

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