During the miracle phase, we are all scattered about, occupied with their own projects, running in and out. In this situation it is not always easy to spot newcomers. Three guys walk in who has attended the the workshop, but were not there during the first Oasis Game weekend. Without any formality, they were pulled into the action. People who needed help just turned to them and asked.
Thirty minutes later the principal of the local youth organisation came in. She began by being sceptical, and then she was perplexed! Just next to the entrance, she saw three tough guys of 19-20 years old using a sewing machine to make costumes and other items like they had never known anything else!
She could only do one thing, join them in the action.
By Sebastiaan of Act4change
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