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,THE PRO !SS  ::::iiiii  iiiii :::ii!ii :!-.:J:i:.:..'.. ========================================================= .=============================================================== i!i: i !ii ":::!ii i !   i i .,"i .... )i::::::  : : i ::i::i:ii:iiiiiiiiiii'.;,: Frida' arch 22, 1963 Mrs. Robert Murray 'Miss Bette' Camps Don Basco and Cabrini far girls Mrs. Paul Fisher 'Miss Elaine' Camp Blancher far girls Section Richard K. Hayatsu 'Su' Camp Cabrini ::i:i for boys Theodore I. Marmo 'Uncle Teddy' Camp Blancher for boys Michael McDermott 'Malakwa Mike' Camp Nanamakee boys' hiking Maurice ( 'Big Moe' Camp Don for boys These program directors await campers FRED CORDOVA Patron, Order of the Cross, CYO Camp Honor Society YOU'RE missing the greatest deal of your young life if you haven't gone to CYO summer camp. Ten glorious days of summer fun at an archdiocesan CYO camp are all yours for the asking. And we will add to this statement, for the your friends, that the glories of the out-of-doors are avail- at CYO camp to all children, irrespective of race, creed or national origin. Three wonderful sites beckon you: Camp Blancher, the salt- water paradise on Raft Island near Gig Harbor... Camp Don Bosco, the mountain hideaway by the western slopes of the Cascades near Carnation . . . Camp Cabrini, the fresehwater resort by Beaver Lake near lssaquah. Picture a day that begins with Mass and Holy Communion. That same day is filled with hiking, boating, swimming and games. And then before it ends you revel during the campfire with stories, songs and Rosary under the stars. This is a part of the script of daily camp life, that includes from reveille at 7 in the morning to taps at 9 craft, swimming, athletics, lrojects, cabi.n and personnel inspections, seminarian's or chaplain's " hour, stunts, special days and evening prayers. Mystery Springs, Fake Lake and Hermit Ridge are just some of the things to see and explore at Bosco. Comfortable lodge houses welcome you to their midst, among them Tahoma, Hiyak, Glacier, Tonga, Pilchuck or Snoqualmie. Bosco will accommodate you if you are from nine to 14. There is no better place for canoeing than at Camp Cabrini, the CYO's newer facility. The lake resort is bordered by Little Swampy and the Black Forest. The lodge names of lakes like Naches, Malakwa, Chelan, Kachees and Sammamish will give you a hint that freshwater abounds in this Western Washington plush-greenery site. Ninety-five campers, nine to lzl years old, will be accommodated at Cabrini, which first opened in 1961. The best supervision is yours from the CYO camp director, vested in the humble person o/]. Gordon Hamilton, down to the dedicated program directors, the experienced senior staff, including major seminarians [rom St. Thomas Seminary, the jun)or stall and guides. A resident chaplain is always assigned every summer by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, under whose patronage the CYO summer camp program operates. ing Opened in 19 ia lore. , Think ever-present ! wiming How about potlgairl scenery, nakt!led trails, a lmmrious "'7..". eanent . n Bosco, first opened in5 and ,resently w,th a capaoty for 195 campers per sess,on. Adequate "kitchen, maintenance and caretaker crews make up a fine team of CYO camp personnel for the supervision, protection, enjoyment and benefit of the child camper. How about those who are older? The girls' senior camp at Blanchet will accommodate femmes, years old, for three sessions. hikes, one for boys 15 to 18 and two for 14- to 18-year- being offered at the special Camp Nanamakee sessions. you'll be yelling: "lVas-te, was-re, lili was-re, m at Blancher, "Sno, sno, snoqualmie!" at Bosco r "Chi, chi, eh-hau.aJ" at Cabrini, you'll be living I0 glorious days of summer fun at a archdkocesan CYO camp It's all yours for the asking.