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6--THE PRO( Frida' 22, 1963 Secfion' DAILY MASS---Volces of children rise in raison to heaven every morning during the celebmtlc of Mass. Dialogue Masses sack as in the rustic chapel of Camp Dea Bosco always open camp schedule. Active and uniform porticipat;on at the Mass cmd daily Commnlen are the CYO's best offerings to the child, wishing to attend a summer camp. 1 SWIMMING---A natural beach for a swim area is popular with campers at Camp Blancher. Swimming lessons, under trained and experienced staffers, are given to begineers, inter. mediates cmd advanced students. The CYO is proud of its safety record, one of the best in the i Northwest. And if campers like to swim in a luxurious pool, Camp DoQ Bosco has it. Lake swimming? Tlmt's at Camp Cabrin|. qP NATURE STUDY--The curles;ty of the child about God's creation is satisfied in nature study session. Girls at Camp Don Bosco shown above lecm, about plants, leaves, trees, sea growth, fossils, rocks and other hasores, yielded btr nature. Campers also take "nature walks" in the woods and learn to identify trees, undergrowth, buses, poisonous and non.polsenoes plants and other forest llfe. At Camp Blcmchet children also have the chance to observe sea life by learning about clams, barnacles and other water creatures. The cultural, social, athie and spiritual needs of the child ore ama;n concern of all CYO camps. BEST MEALS--Good cooking away from home and cc gregarious appe- tite is a CYO ingredient. Balanced diets are a must and all campers have enough to eat. And what meal doesn't taste better than out-oF- doors when the weather's nice llke at Camp Cabrini. Cooks this year will be Mrs. Dina Areaica at Camp Don Besco. Mrs. Margaret Thompsoe at Camp Cabrini and Mrs. Gladvs O'ReiUy at Camp Blancher.