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  • Participants of the "Movie Star Camp" wait for their next activity, a game similar to charades, used to teach exageration and body-language. The camp was put on by Rosie Menard, director and owner of Active Jr. through the Hopkinton Recreation Department from April 22-26 where campers took part in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film which will debut to family and friends on May 3rd at 6p.m. at the Slusser Senior Center.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    Participants of the "Movie Star Camp" wait for their next activity, a game similar to charades, used to teach exageration and body-language. The camp was put on by Rosie Menard, director and owner of Active Jr. through the Hopkinton Recreation Department from April 22-26 where campers took part in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film which will debut to family and friends on May 3rd at 6p.m. at the Slusser Senior Center.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • "Movie Star Camp" was put on by Rosie Menard, right, director and owner of Active Jr. through the Hopkinton Recreation Department from April 22-26 where campers took part in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film which will debut to family and friends on May 3rd at 6p.m. at the Slusser Senior Center.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

    "Movie Star Camp" was put on by Rosie Menard, right, director and owner of Active Jr. through the Hopkinton Recreation Department from April 22-26 where campers took part in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film which will debut to family and friends on May 3rd at 6p.m. at the Slusser Senior Center.

    (JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

  • Participants of the "Movie Star Camp" wait for their next activity, a game similar to charades, used to teach exageration and body-language. The camp was put on by Rosie Menard, director and owner of Active Jr. through the Hopkinton Recreation Department from April 22-26 where campers took part in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film which will debut to family and friends on May 3rd at 6p.m. at the Slusser Senior Center.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)
  • "Movie Star Camp" was put on by Rosie Menard, right, director and owner of Active Jr. through the Hopkinton Recreation Department from April 22-26 where campers took part in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film which will debut to family and friends on May 3rd at 6p.m. at the Slusser Senior Center.<br/><br/>(JOHN TULLY / Monitor staff)

‘M ovie Star Camp,” which was put on last week by Rosie Menard (above right), director and owner of Active Jr., through the Hopkinton Recreation Department, led children in activities to develop their acting skills. Each camper has the opportunity to star in a short film that will debut at 6 p.m. Friday at the Slusser Senior Center.

Left: Campers wait for their next activity, a game similar to charades used to teach exaggeration and body language.

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