Marilyn Appleby explains how to run a holiday club for older people
FOR A LONG TIME our church ran a summer holiday club for the younger children, some years topping over 100 attendees. One year, we decided to run something similar for the older members, retired members and those who were unlikely to get away for a summer holiday break. We named it Superstars and, up until COVID-19 when we had a pause, it was a great success.
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