College News and Departmental Notes: Recreational Leadership and Scouting
by Departmental notes - 1921
Camping for health and recreation has taken such forward strides that it has revealed an urgent need for trained leaders. To aid in providing leadership for the movement, and primarily to increase the efficient utilization of the camper's time while in camp, the department of recreational leadership is extending the scope of the camp leadership course begun last year. The eighty-eight members of the course last year, while in camp Easter week, worked in small groups; but at the Monday evening meetings at the College, were all assembled in one class. This year the course, which begins March 7, is divided so that for a part of each meeting the camp directors and camp councilors work in separate groups.
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