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Montreal Camp Plan Adopted by ‘y’ Groups Throughout Continent

June 27, 1934
See Original Daily Bulletin From This Date

The Urban Camp home play project, initiated by the local Y. M. H. A., is being adopted by forty-four Y. M. H. A.’s and Y. M. C. A.’s on this continent, according to an announcement by Y. M. H. A. headquarters. Registrations for the Y. M. H. A. Urban Camp are coming in a steady stream. Arrangements have been completed for a program of supervised play for 400 boys between the ages of nine and fourteen.

A health-giving and enjoyable vacation to under-priviliged girls from eight to fourteen years is being given at Council Camp, located at Lac Fournel in the Laurentians, under the auspices of the local Council of Jewish Women. The camp furnishes accommodation for 120 girls during the summer.

The chairman of the camp committee is Mrs. Jack Victor, assisted by Mrs. Rubin, Mrs. Fine, and Mrs. Rothbart.

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