Minneapolis, Minn. (Jul. 25)
More than 200 youngsters have availed themselves of the opportunity to enroll at the Emanuel Cohen Center Stay-At-Home summer camp in the first four weeks of the camp, according to Jacob Mirviss, ECC executive director. The registrations have been coming in so fast, he stated, that it was necessary to limit the enrollment for the last two weeks to seventy children and it has been found necessary to turn down many applications because of the limited facilities available.
So enthusiastic were the campers the first four weeks to Stay-At-Home camping that four more counsellors have been added to the staff. The camp will disband on August 3rd, according to tentative plans.