Devon Yates

Artistic Director at Theater360 in Pasadena

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Now that it’s summer, the prospect of being cooped up in the heat with nothing to do is an unpleasant thought for anyone. Summer camp was the go-to for kids.

Making summer camps safe and fun for kids amid the pandemic

Now that it’s summer, the prospect of being cooped up in the heat with nothing to do is an unpleasant thought for anyone. Summer camp was the go-to for kids.

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