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CAMP MENZIES SONGS

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Girl Scouts, bathed in the lingering glow of sunset, use sign language while they sing a campfire song at Camp Menzies. The song, "Moon on the Meadow," reflects upon a time when Native Americans were the original inhabitants of the land whre the camp now exists. The group let ro right: Erin Nash, 10, from San Jose; Kassi Branscom, 10, from Modesto; Alex Norris, 9, from San Jose; Samantha Baxter, 10, from Carmichael. June 27, 2000. Sacramento Bee/Jay Mather.
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Jay Mather
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Girl Scouts, bathed in the lingering glow of sunset, use sign language while they sing a campfire song at Camp Menzies.  The song, "Moon on the Meadow," reflects upon a time when Native Americans were the original inhabitants of the land whre the camp now exists. The group let ro right: Erin Nash, 10, from San Jose; Kassi Branscom, 10, from Modesto; Alex Norris, 9, from San Jose; Samantha Baxter, 10, from Carmichael.  June 27, 2000.  Sacramento Bee/Jay Mather.