Each year in June, Easter Seals Southern Georgia sponsors a unique day camp in Colquitt County that includes social skills training. Under the direction of Jean Gay assisted by Angie Meadows, the group known as Moultrie Summer Club brings children with social delays, including autism, together with typical children to develop understanding and friendships. These friendships extend onto school campuses and into the community, Gay said. This year the group met at Moultrie First Baptist Church and participated in art lessons with children attending summer school at neighboring Stringfellow Elementary School. The summer school group included special needs students ranging in age from pre-k through twelfth grade. On Friday afternoon, June 16, the students presented their artwork in an exhibition held at the Moultrie Public Library. The exhibit was open to the public and was well attended by students, teachers, school personnel, family, and other guests.