12 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Fri., April 14, 1!)72 Nero To Present Concert April 21 at UNC Peter Nero Nolcd pianist-composer Peter original music selling for "Anne I young people -- through Frank: The Dairy of a Young jmessage uf Anne Frank. the Girl." He has appeared on such tele this work he combincd|vision shows as "The Tonight symphony ar* rock together "doing their own thing" and yet complementing each other. The work was presented in concert in 1970. The narration and lyrics (there are 15 original songs) are Anne's own words. The concert was presented to give adults a greater insight inlo the mind and souls of Summer Camp Planned in Rist Canyon A camp designed to build children's self-confidence and responsibility through make- believe adult roles will open Nero will present a concert Fri-iJune 10 in Rist Canyon, day, April 21 at the University [ The camp, built by Cricket of 'Â·Northern Colorado. The con-jand Duane Kapp, is for ages cefl will include many of Nero's 18-12 with no more than six Show," "The Kraal Music hill." "The Mike Douglas and "The Mcrv Griffin Show." Gerald 0. Bryan Gets DECA Award Gerald 0. Bryan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Bryan, 2214 10th Ave., has been awarded an honorary Life Membership in Distributive Education Clubs of America at the Arizona DECA stale convention in Phoenix. Bryan has served as a teacher-coordinator in the DKCA program from 196Q-G7, including three years in Tucson, Ariz. He has an extensive background in retailing both in sales ind training. He is currently an associate at the Arizona Slate University Center for Executive Development. Bryan has also written numerous articles on vocational Education in . related business fields which have appeared In national publications. Plants Most Useful BELTSVILLE, Md. -- Of the more than 250,000 known seed- bearing plants, only GGG provide man's food, feed, fiber and other useful products. Charles Bl Paintings in Omaha Exhibit An acrylic painting by 'Uni-l versity of Northern Colorado assistant professor Charles Hlu- baugh is currently on exhibition, at the Joslyn Museum in Omaha, Neb. The collage-acrylic work is tilled "Snow Bird," and will re- exhibition" is the exhibit and .'includes from ll stales. : ' Â· v; TIME TO PLANT.) ; ' Â· Strawberry Plantj. Â· . . . '"-;i\ ,Â· Â· : Â· Aspdtagui Roots Â· Onion Â· Sets and Plants .Â· You can get them 'af ' , FRANK'S Seed and Hatchery -, 709 10th Street . 352- original composilions including sejeciions from his new album "Summer of '42." The concert will be at I! p.m. in-Gunlcr Hall. Tickets be Â·available at the University Ccn- fef information desk and at the door. Nero's concert is part of the. UNC Artist series. rJero has been acclaimed by rnfcny as being an outstanding popular concert artist, com- poÂ£er and scorer. His single record, "Theme From Love Story," was a best-seller. Nero alÂ£6 wrote the score for the movie "Sunday In New York." ~ero has been praised by civics and ihe public for his PX610 .THE WORLD'S BEST HYBRID? ASK ANDERSON SEED CO. . 71410th ST. GREELEY, COLO. Ask mo how PX 610 com- lared wilh 3.420 separate en- rics. Find onl why PX 610 -- in winning [rials -- avor- arjeci 22.8 bushels per acre mom than Iho oilier hybrids. lant all Hie PX 610 you can f]et. children per counselor. The 80-acre site adjoins the Hmsevclt National Forest on two sides, said Mrs. Kapp who counselor, free-lance is a model, camp nutritionist a n d writer. At camp, the children live in villages of six campers and one counselor each. Each of the four sessions of camp will be limited to 38 youngsters in a total of six villages. Kach child act . as governor, senator, judge and mayor of his, village during his 17 days at camp. "Adult roles help create confidence," says [lie rjamp brochure, and Mrs. Kapp notes that all the roles arc fun and the kiiid that children can manage without frustration. Nevertheless, in the process, "the campers learn how difficult it is to be a parent. Everyone gets to play the role of a parent," says the brochure. Activities at the camp -called Wilderness Village -include astronomy, map reading, treasure hunting, nature e x p l o r i n g , ecology games, creative crafts, archery and air guns under supervision, journalism, drama, and charm (for girls). Campers also do their own cooking under supervision of Mrs. Kapp and the counselors. Diiiinc Kapp has broad experience in working wilh c h i l d r e n : bachelor's and master's degrees in psychology, a licensed child and family counselor, college professor for four years and director of various camp activities . since 19U3. Both of the Kapps arc first-aid instructors. 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