Don Hite, center, leads a group of children in his weeklong "Kids on Broadway" performing arts summer camp for Main Street Youth Theatre on Tuesday. Hite, a stalwart of the local arts scene, is returning to action after a yearlong absence caused by a spinal cord injury. This camp was his first time back with a group of kids since his recovery.
Don Hite, center, leads a group of children in his weeklong "Kids on Broadway" performing arts summer camp for Main Street Youth Theatre on Tuesday. Hite, a stalwart of the local arts scene, is returning to action after a yearlong absence caused by a spinal cord injury. This camp was his first time back with a group of kids since his recovery. Jay Karr/The Island Packet
Don Hite, center, leads a group of children in his weeklong "Kids on Broadway" performing arts summer camp for Main Street Youth Theatre on Tuesday. Hite, a stalwart of the local arts scene, is returning to action after a yearlong absence caused by a spinal cord injury. This camp was his first time back with a group of kids since his recovery. Jay Karr/The Island Packet

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July 11, 2011 12:01 AM

UPDATED July 08, 2011 06:36 PM

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