The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) on Friday concluded its one-week summer camp, which was organised to facilitate members of its Early Savers Club.The activities were organised via a partnership with the Kids Today Leaders Tomorrow (KTLT) TV programme, whereby facilitators were present throughout the week to engage a total of 38 children in creative activities. After the five days, the activities culminated with an exhibit of the art pieces which were created by the participants.The junior group, which featured children ages seven to 10, was facilitated by theParticipants of the summer camprenowned literary activist, Allan Fenty, in folklore and storytelling. Meanwhile, the senior group, comprising children ages 11 to 15, was engaged by the KTLT facilitator, Tanika Sanichara in craft sessions.Both facilitators stated that the summer camp was a success as the children were given the opportunity to engage in constructive activities.“The craft that I did for the juniors is actually simple material craft with paper. Most of it was paper. I bring things for them that they can be able to make at home and that they can learn,” Sanichara stated.She added, “For the older group, I tried to put things in place that actually caught their attention like the phone and pencil holder. We also did t-shirts where they do whatever they want, so you actually see what comes out of them.”According to the producer of the KTLT programme, Robin St Marthe, the show is aSome of the students viewing their artworkgreat way for children to socialise and learn valuable life skills and experiences. With the continuous growth of the show, they are hoping to create a KTLT club to include even more children.At the end of the camp, the students were awarded with a certificate for their participation.GBTI Senior Manager of Finance and Accounts, Shawn Gurcharran said the event has become a part of GBTI as the Bank understood the needs of its Early Savers Club Members and its other customers.