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qAboveJ K Allan and S Eckholm square dance at a Girl Scout Rally.
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In and Around ihe School
Among Scouting, the Youth Center and playground activities, a
child's life is kept busy.
Through the Youth Center a child can learn many new hobbies. In
one afternoon he may learn to cross country ski, downhill ski, leath-
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Scouting can lead them into a world of different happenings. Even
on the playground a child can keep his identity by playing soccer,
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The Dancing Dollies awaits impatiently to display their ultimate performance.
Halloween and Chrislmas
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Halloween was a time to remember for the
grade school with the arrival of the Great Pump-
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students had parties and exchanged gifts. Grades
1-4 did a Christmas Operetta, under the direction
of Mrs. Degner, to "My Winter Underwear."
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