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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, June 3, 2015 5B "Fun in the sun, swimming, picnics...  e S  z D " r .ll(hiking and rasted marshmallws" " l   c31Ou 4 ./ Kids: in, Jk Jk  Annimills LLC 2015 V12-22 . Are you thinking about going to camp this summer? There are many kinds of camps, all with different activities and schedules. Some kids go to camp for all or part of a day. Children who go to an overnight camp often sleep in a cabin with other campers. Whatever kind of camp you choose, have fun and make new friends! Goni g to Camp [qye light up the nig. [ __ ,e,,,,. ...and the Summer Fun Hey, Ethan. so _ Want to trade ghosts of the If 'p" some comic trees climbed.., swim instructor books? A0J 11 Campfire C JJJJJJ campers ,ove camping!) ; nurse Eeek! Dolhear counsel a bear? director cook What Kind of Camp? There are many kinds of camps to choose from. Which camp are you going to if you are: 1. learning water safety, e// practicing water skills? ' 2. programming, drawing graphics? 3. learning the rules of the game, practicing skills? 4. hiking, learning about plants 4 and animals in the woods? SOCcer 5. cartooning, painting, dancing? 6, learning to care for animals, growing plants? 1 3 swim nature The people at camp make camp exciting! Who are they?. You can camp right in your owr backyard. I Invite a friend. I Pitch a tent and I have a blast! ,) A. teaches water safety and swimming skills B. head of camp, runs programs, greets campers C. decides what you eat, prepares it D. lead children in activities, help with all questions E. children who come to learn or have fun at camp E person who helps when you're not feeling well FF( I Come to print out our new puzzles: Fishing & Fish Fun, Spring Sttl ]is Everywhere, Let's Invent! @ ZAhnnn!\\; \\; D ,., ,,., b ; ,., ,.,, E,v f,,, i:... u:b,, I Start at the moon. Find a pathway to the cabin so the FO.L, IMH IU/ kJCl, l llld, Iil HL nlu.  This is "oa'\\; U Y moon can light the way to where you II be sleeping. \\;the life[ A\\;'..,x ," :,,k \\; ... "'--iA,'.K'\\; Kids going to overnight  - \\; \\; ..--"q'N  / '" .... :'  o 0 u . . " .....  \\;  \\; camp will get a hst of thmgs / "/' 0" \\;     / 'i  " to bring with them Findand (o lo _1 ' " ...... ............ circle these items that may , ', t  N//--' be on that list: ;ko/0,qr-// t/ , -'.,'1 v% // r-u N D E R C L OT H E S L I x.../ /\\; [3 X U C 3 F P V B T I S A laundry bag shirts lk /  _,C" k i!!!i!i!i/unerc,othes socks AsTME V S A A L E K S S Q M U 'i sunscreen soap NHAEKSPPTEULDI , IA A \\;//-----r \\; \\; T W A B toothpaste books ------/ . ETSOEISI C ,i, A S 0 V hiking shoes comb ....  /K T N K H A 21: B [ i: EG I small games whistle I ") ) / / "' harbrush jeans 1 sneaKers jacket - /IOOK F Y.A I flashlight towels / ', stamps camera LH A I R B R U S H A T..AT.. ' I/ '.--'"%.  Iiiii eome+00"n"o ,.,u Fun , There are many activities to choose from at camp. Can you unscramble these? /" i a k k n n i g f i h s For Everyone! y a g , a d e n c .C S   s m t a i s a rn g n y u c i r 4. 5. 6. t C S "ID m 0 cD z This Week the Fun Page is Sponsored by." i/,s""';"':'" . .... ,4 " ' , ....... "'"  S6 ....... vaha @ 1953 E. Main ................... St., Quincypel  (Next to Sav-Mor) JCS'U$ .eS yOU! 530-283-4463 Asking God's aid for a good cause On July 2, ]776, as the Continental Congress was meeting in Philadelphia to declare independence, Cmmanderim(hief George Washington was gathering his troops on Long Island to meet the British in battle in and around New York Cily. That day he wrote in the General Orders to his men these memorable words declaring that we, as a nation, serve under God: "The time is now near at hand which must probably determine whether Americans are to be freemen or slaves... The fate of unborn millions will now depend, under God, on the courage and conduct of this army. Our cruel and unrelenting enemy leaves us no choice but a brave resistance, or the most abject submission; this is all we mn expect." "We have therefore to resolve to conquer or die..." "Let us therefore rely upon the goodness of the cause, and the aid of the Supreme Being, in whose hands vidory is, to animate and encourage us to great and noble actions. The eyes of all our countrymen are now upon us, and we shall have their blessings and praises, if happily we are the instruments of saving them from the lyranny meditated against them. Let us therefore ... show the whole world that a freeman contending for liberty on his own ground is superior to any slavish mercenary on earth." r i ! '