Photos, paintings and elaborate crafts line the walls of the Evergreen Club conference room. Camp Walker Child and Youth Services held it’s annual digital and fine arts exhibit showcasing work from it’s school-age kids. It gives kids an outlet in which to express themselves, show their creativity, to feel accomplished. They learn new techniques and skill that they can apply later in life, and it’s a really good resiliency skill. The exhibit displays more than 300 works of art from both the Daegu Middle Hish School and Elementary School, so every child had an opportunity for expression. It’s really nice to be able to host a program like this where the whole community comes together. The Command Sergeant Major, lots of senior leaders, and they all just get together and go find a common ground where we can all have fun. I think it’s pretty special to be able to host something where everyone comes together and be able to share what the kids do and see their artwork. That’s pretty cool. The evening’s winners will advance to the regional level competition. Reporting from Camp Walker, Korea, I’m Navy Petty Officer First Class Demetrius Kennon.