Youth Caravan at LJ 1947
this a new Belmont Youth* Join Caravan Training For Seven Weeks BELMONT.— Raymod P. Carson, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Carson of North Belmont, ministerial student the -past two years at Duke University, and Jerry D. Murray of. Cramerton, after attending a Methodist Youth Caravan training cen new ----- ----- • —*"•«» i^a^mis t fer at ^ k « Junaluska, N. c., and it It re- in by at a a of 120 college people who arc being trained at the Lake Junaluska center with 30 adult counselors iu the 30 caravan teams. Each team is composed of four caravaners and one counselor. '* Trained in special areas of young people's work, each caravan ttam will seek to give basic help on personal religious foundations, outline an Intelligent procedure for service to hurftanity, and assist in developing the best method for getting the essential Christian Job done. Two special caravan teams were trained for work in Cuba this summer. Sponsored by staff members of the Methodist board of education, Nashville, Tenn., the to , . ., preparation for voluntary service during seven weeks in local Metho- alst.. churches In Western North Carolina Conference, are following the itinerary set up for them during tlie weeks of June 28-August 9 ^/Tte caravan will be in ElJcin Methodist Church, of which Rev R. G. Tuttle is pastor, the week beginning July 26th at Stony Point, N. C., with Hev. O. J. Jones Sunday! M Boy wecV JP- '.JQ friend- ? y !" the c " tavan has e th ^ n a mlu! °n People in some ' ch urches across the nation. the Council Rev. Sunday am., lor, prayer J. a m morning and Baud ond Hill, at a.