For more than a dozen campers, Friday morning was one of wonderful performances and applause from an auditorium full of people.
Before noon, the campers at Camp Expression, which is designed for children and teens with autism, held a talent show where they showcased their various skills.
The show, which was held at the George School in Middletown, was filled with everything from singing to science experiments.
The goal of the camp is to develop communication and teamwork skills, said camp coordinator Deborah Hoelper. She added that transitioning into an independent life is something important the older campers learn.
Over the course of the six-week program, over 100 campers participated. Many campers - all between the ages of 6 and 18 - are from the Philadelphia region, Hoelper said.