Pictures of the Week: SCATS Week 1

By Sam Oldenburg and Emilie Milcarek

With the first week of SCATS 2015 coming to a close, our photographers share some of their favorite pictures from the first week of camp.

Sebastian Motes of Clarksville, Tenn., practices juggling during Clowning on Tuesday, June 10. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Sebastian Motes of Clarksville, Tenn., practices juggling during Clowning on Tuesday, June 10. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
A SCATS camper in Acting class picked up Sour Skittles for a game that got the kids talking to each other and revealing facts about themselves on the first day of class, Monday, June 8.  (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
A SCATS camper in Acting class picked up Sour Skittles for a game that got the kids talking to each other and revealing facts about themselves on the first day of class, Monday, June 8. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Griffin Salsman (from left) of Springfield, Tenn., Kathleen Alcock of Cleveland, Tenn., Abby Adams-Smith of Bowling Green and Audrey Thacker of Louisville walk up the hill together during a class change Friday, June 12. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Griffin Salsman (from left) of Springfield, Tenn., Kathleen Alcock of Cleveland, Tenn., Abby Adams-Smith of Bowling Green and Audrey Thacker of Louisville walk up the hill together during a class change Friday, June 12. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Hollis Maxson of Berea acts out a monologue during Acting Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Hollis Maxson of Berea acts out a monologue during Acting Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma Latherow (from left) of Ashland, Lij Brazel of Louisville and Erik Bishop of Baxter, Tenn., give an improv presentation during Public Speaking June 11. The group was given a random picture then had to come up with a presentation about it on the spot. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Emma Latherow (from left) of Ashland, Lij Brazel of Louisville and Erik Bishop of Baxter, Tenn., give an improv presentation during Public Speaking June 11. The group was given a random picture then had to come up with a presentation about it on the spot. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Ari Brelig of Bonnieville laughs as his partner, Javier Sierra of Bowling Green, instructs him on how to eat on Oreo as part of an activity in Public Speaking Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Ari Brelig of Bonnieville laughs as his partner, Javier Sierra of Bowling Green, instructs him on how to eat on Oreo as part of an activity in Public Speaking Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Erik Bishop of Baxter, Tenn., works on a group project during Writing, Thursday, June 11. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Erik Bishop of Baxter, Tenn., works on a group project during Writing, Thursday, June 11. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Emma Latherow of Ashland grimaces after making a mistake while singing "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" during Musical Troupe Monday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Emma Latherow of Ashland grimaces after making a mistake while singing “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” during Musical Troupe Monday, June 8. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Evvie Cooley of Louisville closes her eyes as Clowning teacher Nick Wilkins applies baby powder to keep her makeup from cracking Wednesday, June 10. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Evvie Cooley of Louisville closes her eyes as Clowning teacher Nick Wilkins applies baby powder to keep her makeup from cracking Wednesday, June 10. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Chloe Paddack (from left) from Falls of Rough, Emma Simpson from Bowling Green and Abby Adams-Smith from Bowling Green talk to a table full of boys during dinner at Fresh Foods Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Chloe Paddack (from left) from Falls of Rough, Emma Simpson from Bowling Green and Abby Adams-Smith from Bowling Green talk to a table full of boys during dinner at Fresh Foods Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Kennedy Pendleton (center) of Hopkinsville and other campers read "The Transal Saga" during Be a Writer Monday, June 8. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Kennedy Pendleton (center) of Hopkinsville and other campers read “The Transal Saga” during Be a Writer Monday, June 8. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Alex Roberts Hu of Broken Arrow, Okla., reads "The Transal Saga" during Be a Writer Monday, June 8. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Alex Roberts Hu of Broken Arrow, Okla., reads “The Transal Saga” during Be a Writer Monday, June 8. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Bri Grimsley of Shepherdsville works on carving a stamp to be used to print a pattern on fabric to make a Japanese Carp Tuesday, June 9, in Mixed Media Multicultural Art Experience. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Bri Grimsley of Shepherdsville works on carving a stamp to be used to print a pattern on fabric to make a Japanese Carp Tuesday, June 9, in Mixed Media Multicultural Art Experience. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Rachel Toll (left) of Shepherdsville and Grace Whitaker of Burkesville work on a stained glass window project in Mixed Media Multicultural Art Experience Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Rachel Toll (left) of Shepherdsville and Grace Whitaker of Burkesville work on a stained glass window project in Mixed Media Multicultural Art Experience Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Slaid Leatherman (left) and Courtney George work on door decorations Friday night, June 5, in Northeast Hall. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Slaid Leatherman (left) and Courtney George work on door decorations Friday night, June 5, in Northeast Hall. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Ellie Hogg (left) and Emily Powell share a laugh Friday night, June 5, in the lobby of Northeast Hall. Counselors spent the evening bonding and making door decorations. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Counselors Ellie Hogg (left) and Emily Powell share a laugh Friday night, June 5, in the lobby of Northeast Hall. Counselors spent the evening bonding and making door decorations. (Photo by Sam Oldenburg)
Students Declan Delaney (left), Graham Stephens (middle), and Noah Helphenstine (right) join in on the class discussion about which dragon belongs in which scenario and why during Dragons, Chemistry, Science, and the Hobbit Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
Students Declan Delaney (left), Graham Stephens (middle), and Noah Helphenstine (right) join in on the class discussion about which dragon belongs in which scenario and why during Dragons, Chemistry, Science, and the Hobbit Tuesday, June 9. (Photo by Emilie Milcarek)
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