The Salvation Army Celebrates Achievements at Treehouse Kids & AMP Programs in Chickasha
The Salvation Army of Grady & Caddo Counties proudly celebrated the achievements of young participants at the Treehouse Kids & AMP Family Night in Chickasha. The event featured a Wild West theme, a delicious BBQ dinner, and remarkable performances.
Children aged 5 to 12, many of whom had never played an instrument before, showcased their musical talents. They also learned about dramatic arts through a skit portraying the story of Moses. A youth choir delivered uplifting Christian Sunday School Songs.
The program's success was evident in the progress made by the students. Merit badges were awarded to those who completed the requirements, reinforcing the values of perseverance and dedication.
Christi Wans, Assistant Music Director for the Arkansas-Oklahoma Division, expressed her pride in the participants: "We're so proud of the kids from The Salvation Army of Chickasha who participated in Treehouse Kids and AMP! Their commitment to attending the programs shone through and was evident in the progress that was on display at Family Night. It was also an honor to present the Gospel to the kids each week, keeping in line with our mission to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs, without discrimination."
The Treehouse Kids & AMP Family Night exemplified the power of community support and volunteerism. The Salvation Army extends its congratuations to the participants from The Salvation Army of Chickasha for their inspiring achievements. May their experiences in the program shape their futures positively. The Salvation Army of Caddo & Grady Counties look forward to continued opportunities to nurture talent, provide new experiences, and spread love and hope, empowering the next generation.