European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 24 1957, Page 13

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 24, 1957, Darmstadt, Hesse On Lindion q Camp photos f Camp bugler finds direct approach More successful for rousing this sleepy these campers rigged their own outdoor air Force my my e Bop Fem to prepare their own serves As mess 1957 for the second successive the 3d air Force and 7lh air div will operate a summer Camp for american boys and girls near the air Force rest and recreation Center at Shaftesbury in the heart of the Lovely coun last years attendance at Camp Mohawk numbered 615 and this summer it is expected to be from june 23 to the Camp will offer one or two week vacations to a maximum of 350 youngsters a boy scouts will take the Camp Over for the first two until july girl scouts will have it from july then it will be a girls Camp from 417 and a boys Camp from the of leased Camp mohawks 20 acres in the font Hill Abbey estate sur rounding Lake Bittern from the Neil an additional 200 acres have been made available to the campers for Long hikes and nature boys and girls will sleep in about 100 each with wooden and eat their by four of in a Large dining tent with a Macadam the Camp has two hot Shower with 20 showers in water is Chlorina there is also a trading in the evenings there will be movies and social entertainments in the 30 by 60 foot recreation Camp Mohawk will have 15 american counsellors for eath ramp an of medical technician will be on duty 24 hours a besides hikes and nature the Camp program includes historical vol by Thurston Macauley staff writer soft hockey physical boating on bit Copper and leather Wood Carv skills and general the Camp is two Miles from nearest and about 17 Miles from the Shaftesbury recreation where parents can stay during the Camp Shaftesbury is 83 Miles from with Good train service to the near est Railroad it is Only an hours drive from the big Seaside resort Bournemouth and the Cathedral City Salisbury and the ancient Druid site at Camp Mohawk is under the supervision of 1st it William Amer ican youth special 3d of age limits Are 1017 for girls and for reservations for the August Camp ses Sions must be sent to Hargrove by june if the August sessions Are not booked to capacity by july the remaining space w ill of made available to american boys and kids on the european scout reservations Are handled by troop scoutmaster for boys and by 20 Dove Dale har for rates Are per week for August Camp sessions and a week or for two weeks for from 31 to Camp Mohawk will be used by the order of the Arrow Twenty of the order will stage an Indian program at the Camp june 29 us they did Lai some u of the Vance guard of re scouts at tending the International Jubilee at Sutton 112 will stay it Camp Mohawk from july the Stais and strikes

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