"Scrapbook" by American Friends Service Committee, April 1960

"Scrapbook" by American Friends Service Committee, April 1960

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HIGH SCHOOL CAMPS FROM COAST TO COAST
This summer there will be a number of opportunities for high school students to come together in a camp situation to discuss national and international problems. We would like to suggest that those who have participated in camps in one region might profit from attending a summer institute being sponsored by another office. Those who have been to Danby, for example, might wish to attend an institute in Indiana or New England. Wherever you go, APPLY EARLY as registrations at all camps are limited. Scholarship aid is available for those who need it.
July 1-8, 1960 and August 20-27, 1960: at Camp Danby, Spencer, N.Y. (near Ithaca). Sponsored by Middle Atlantic Region. Write to Jean Hawley, MAR High School Program, 20 S. 12th., Philadelphia 7, Pa. Total cost: $36.
June 12-18, 1960: at Camp Clements, near Richmond, Indiana. Theme: "New Frontiers in World Leadership." Sponsored by the Dayton Regional office. Write to American Friends Service Committee, 915 Salem Avenue, Dayton 6, Ohio. Total cost: $35.
June 18-25, 1960: at Lake Tahoe, California. Sponsored by the Northern California Office. Write to Karen Handwerg, High School Secretary, AFSC, 2160 Lake Street, San Fransisco 21, California. Total cost: $35.
June 19-26, 1960; at Boone, Iowa. Theme: "Freedom to Differ." Sponsored by the North Central Regional Office. Write to Boone World Affairs AFSC Youth Conference, North Central Region, 4211 Grand Avenue, Des Moines 12, Iowa. Total cost: $37.
June 25-July 2, 1960; at Lazy W Ranch, San Juan Capistrano, California. Sponsored by Pacific Southwest Regional Office. Write to Hal Stallings, High School Secretary, AFSC, Box 991, Pasadena, California. Probably cost: $30.
July 1-22, 1960; Workcamp-Institute at Woolman Hill, Deerfield, Mass. Three-week program combining both the discussions and faculty of an institute with the physical labor of a work camp. Sponsored by the New England Regional Office. Theme: "We Cannot Learn War Any More." Write to Winnifred Barrett, High School Secretary, AFSC, Box 247, Cambridge 38, Mass. Total cost: $70.
August 19-25, 1960: at Friendly Crossways, Harvard, Mass. Theme: "We Cannot Learn War Any More." Sponsored by the New England Regional Office. Write to Winnifred Barrett, High School Secretary, AFSC, Box 247, Cambridge 38, Mass. Total cost: $40.
August 21-28, 1960: at Aspen Rocks, Estes Park, Colorado. Theme: "Freedom to Differ." Sponsored by North Central Regional Office. Write to Ruth Kimball, Colorado World Affairs, AFSC Youth Conference, 1285 Humbolt Street, Denver 18, Colorado. Total cost:40.
EUROPE AND YOU
Would you like to visit the major capitals of Western Europe, meet with governmental and civic leaders, exchange ideas with European teenagers, and see many of the beautiful and historic sights of Europe, together with other American young people? Twenty teenagers from ages 16-19 will have this opportunity next summer on a tour led by Peter and Peggy Leppmann. There is room for a few more applicants. Write to Tour For Teens, 4806 Hopkins Street, Dallas 9, Texas.

Source

State Archives of Florida: Collection N2015-1, Box 01, Folder 9

Description

"Scrapbook" newsletter, Volume 15, Number 7, on the topics of picketing, forms of civil disobedience and civil defense tactics. The envelope indicates that the newsletter was sent from Richard Hiler to Patricia Stephens.