More than 70 area children attended two Kids Kollege sessions at Bluefield State College. Organizers held the second Kids Kollege session after the first session reached its enrollment capacity several weeks before its July 28 start. Kids Kollege is a one week summer enrichment program offered by the Center for Economic Enhancement and Educational Outreach. This program seeks to enhance the students learning with an opportunity to pursue a particular area of interest or to build skills in another area. The instructors in the Kids Kollege program will strive to make the learning experiences both relaxing and enjoyable for the students, demonstrating that learning can be fun and exciting. During the first session, students participated in classes like "Learning Fundamentals with Computers," "Math Made Fun," "Sign Language," "Creative Computer Design," and "Sounds of the Rainforest." During the second Kids Kollege session, August 11-15, students took part in classes that included "Adventures in Science: Exploring the World of Water and Space," and "Learning Fundamentals with Computers and Math." Students and/or family members interested in information about next summer's Kids Kollege sessions may be added to the mailing list by contacting the BSC Center for Economic Enhancement and Educational Outreach at (304) 327-4071.