A.J. Hemida, Scottsdale, AZ

"The workers thought it would be an extraordinary treat to steal a competitor camp's logo and give it to Fr. Jerrard as a spoil of war.

We "borrowed" the big Cheeley Camp "C" that they had hanging at their main gate, and during morning chapel, during one of the songs; we proudly displayed the big gold "C". Fr. Jerrard never missed a beat in church but we could tell from the balcony that we were in deep! After mass we were all called into his office behind closed doors.

No matter how angry he attempted to be, he couldn't wipe the grin off his face. All he knew was that he was having no part of it, this was never to be spoken of, and it would be really swell if we took it back.

To all my fellow workers from 1977, I think the statute of limitations has run out, so we can all have a good laugh now."