Leak Street campers recognized


Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr of Hamlet presented J.C. Watkins an award for his service to the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center and the community as a whole during the Leak Street day camp’s end-of-summer program celebration Friday.


Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal Deanna Williams received one of the only two certificates for demonstrating character throughout the summer program at Leak Street. The two recipients of the character awards were selected by director Brenda David, who said it was a hard choice to make.


Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal When the opening act of the end-of-summer program, a dancer, failed to show up, Leak Street summer program director Brenda David got onstage and kicked things off by dancing on her own. But she was soon joined by about 15 girls and the audience responded with applause.


Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr. gave his own son an award at the end of the program. John Leak, he said, had started the summer program in a rambunctious manner to the point where director Brenda David said, “He’s got to go.” But he stuck it out, made an effort and improved his behavior and his father said he is now a better young man for it.


Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal Brandon Bartel was the second recipient of the character awards. Only two participants, chosen directly by director Brenda David for their enthusiasm and consistent help and reliability during the summer program, earned the character award.


Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal

The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr of Hamlet presented J.C. Watkins an award for his service to the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center and the community as a whole during the Leak Street day camp’s end-of-summer program celebration Friday.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal

Deanna Williams received one of the only two certificates for demonstrating character throughout the summer program at Leak Street. The two recipients of the character awards were selected by director Brenda David, who said it was a hard choice to make.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal

When the opening act of the end-of-summer program, a dancer, failed to show up, Leak Street summer program director Brenda David got onstage and kicked things off by dancing on her own. But she was soon joined by about 15 girls and the audience responded with applause.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal

The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr. gave his own son an award at the end of the program. John Leak, he said, had started the summer program in a rambunctious manner to the point where director Brenda David said, “He’s got to go.” But he stuck it out, made an effort and improved his behavior and his father said he is now a better young man for it.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal

Brandon Bartel was the second recipient of the character awards. Only two participants, chosen directly by director Brenda David for their enthusiasm and consistent help and reliability during the summer program, earned the character award.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr of Hamlet presented J.C. Watkins an award for his service to the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center and the community as a whole during the Leak Street day camp’s end-of-summer program celebration Friday.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_04621.jpgMelonie McLaurin | Daily Journal The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr of Hamlet presented J.C. Watkins an award for his service to the Leak Street Education and Cultural Center and the community as a whole during the Leak Street day camp’s end-of-summer program celebration Friday.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal Deanna Williams received one of the only two certificates for demonstrating character throughout the summer program at Leak Street. The two recipients of the character awards were selected by director Brenda David, who said it was a hard choice to make.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_04531.jpgMelonie McLaurin | Daily Journal Deanna Williams received one of the only two certificates for demonstrating character throughout the summer program at Leak Street. The two recipients of the character awards were selected by director Brenda David, who said it was a hard choice to make.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal When the opening act of the end-of-summer program, a dancer, failed to show up, Leak Street summer program director Brenda David got onstage and kicked things off by dancing on her own. But she was soon joined by about 15 girls and the audience responded with applause.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_04131.jpgMelonie McLaurin | Daily Journal When the opening act of the end-of-summer program, a dancer, failed to show up, Leak Street summer program director Brenda David got onstage and kicked things off by dancing on her own. But she was soon joined by about 15 girls and the audience responded with applause.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr. gave his own son an award at the end of the program. John Leak, he said, had started the summer program in a rambunctious manner to the point where director Brenda David said, “He’s got to go.” But he stuck it out, made an effort and improved his behavior and his father said he is now a better young man for it.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_04581.jpgMelonie McLaurin | Daily Journal The Rev. Ricardo Leak Sr. gave his own son an award at the end of the program. John Leak, he said, had started the summer program in a rambunctious manner to the point where director Brenda David said, “He’s got to go.” But he stuck it out, made an effort and improved his behavior and his father said he is now a better young man for it.

Melonie McLaurin | Daily Journal Brandon Bartel was the second recipient of the character awards. Only two participants, chosen directly by director Brenda David for their enthusiasm and consistent help and reliability during the summer program, earned the character award.
http://www.yourdailyjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/web1_DSC_04551.jpgMelonie McLaurin | Daily Journal Brandon Bartel was the second recipient of the character awards. Only two participants, chosen directly by director Brenda David for their enthusiasm and consistent help and reliability during the summer program, earned the character award.

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