So many years, so many memories.
So many beautiful Ranger girls to remember.
Then-it's 1976 and one can hardly realize that camp is even more exciting with new girls, new facilities, and activities. My Ranger girls are more beautiful, so talented and skilled. Your excitement, your laughter, cheers and songs have made me grateful that I could again share a summer with all of you.

May you have:

Enough happiness to make you sweet
Enough trials to keep the strong
Enough hope to keep you happy
Enough failure to keep you humble
Enough success to keep you eager
Enough friends to give you comfort
Enough enthusiasm to look forward, and
Enough determination to make each day better than yesterday

To each girl, to each staff member, my love-Till we meet again,

Aunt Ruth

This year, more so than in the past thirty-one years, I am very sad to see the summer end. I will miss your smiling faces and the joyful shouts at play. Mingling with few has enriched my life.
How splendid life has been for you, living close to nature. You will go home with added strength and vigor, remembering all the exciting events, the fun and the friendships you have made.
Enjoy a happy, healthy year.

With love,
Aunt Carol