The Singing CEO ► http://TheSingingCEO.com ► http://KellyLester.com
Kelly Lester, The Singing CEO, visits The Young Actors Theatre Camp (YATC), an intensive theatre training program in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Students from all over the country come together to learn from amazing teachers from San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York ~ working professionals from Film, Television and Broadway.
Casting Director Workshops feature some of Hollywood's most amazing Casting Directors who come to teach the kids what it takes to make it in Hollywood.
All camps and workshops cater to each student's specific needs and skill levels by creating a safe and nurturing environment for all kids to "Discover and Develop the Artist Within!"
YATC is one of the country's premiere drama and theatre camps!
Summer Sessions, Winter Sessions & Weekend Workshops Available.
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The Young Actors Theatre Camp Mission Statement:
At the Young Actors' Theatre Camp our vibrant staff builds an amazing environment that ignites creativity and allows students to "Discover and Develop the Artist Within!" We provide a safe and nurturing community that allows students of all ages and experience levels the opportunity to cultivate and explore a life in the performing arts. We honor our students innate love of learning and their passion for performing to help them prepare for a life of purpose and integrity. Students will gain skills and confidence allowing them to meet the daily challenges of school, friends, family and the world.
More info about Kelly Lester at ► http://KellyLester.com
The Singing CEO ► http://TheSingingCEO.com
Kelly Lester is the creator and CEO of EasyLunchboxes.com and the host of the musical web series, Let's Do Lunch!. She's also a wife, mom of 3, and an actress/singer.
I'm seriously sad when I see what a lot of kids bring to school for lunch. I'm even sadder when I see what school districts offer up to our kids for 'school lunch'. I grew up in a house where my mom cooked dinner every night. We also brought our lunch to school in a brown paper bag with our name scribbled on it. I grew up in a pretty affluent suburb of Los Angeles, but my parents got us there by clipping coupons and taking care of what we already had. I guess that included taking care of our bodies. In the early 60′s, people thought my parents were nuts for eating yogurt and wheat germ long before it became fashionable. My wonderful parents knew just enough to keep us away from greasy school lunches with dreaded mystery meat. Pizza day in Junior High was the exception. My parents weren't totally heartless.
By the age of 11 or 12, I was making all our brown bag lunches (for my 4 brothers and myself), including peanut butter on whole wheat bread (yes of course I begged for the white bread in the polka dot package!) a fruit and maybe a piece of cheese. This was way before there was such a thing as an ice block or other fancy ways to keep a lunch fresh, but those room temperature lunches were far better than what the cafeteria ladies were dishing out.
Fast forward about 30 years to my own three daughters and school lunch programs that are still lacking in quality, albeit more expensive. And though I'm very concerned with my family's health and nutrition, as a busy mom, I like to spend as little time as possible in the kitchen. I'm all about fresh, healthy and FAST.
That's why I created The EasyLunchbox System.
Our affordable, bento-style, compartmentalized food containers and carrying bags offer a quick and easy way to transport meals. Perfect for school, work, or travel. Sized right for both adults and kids. EasyLunchbox products are FDA-approved and food safe with no bisphenol A (BPA), Phthalates, PVC, Vinyl, or Lead.
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