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SUMMER PROGRAM, from page one: Bridge and ending at Dixon. July 1 2 -16: (Ages 13-18) Backpacking trip into the Mission Wilderness (route to be announced). Four days and nights of camping and hiking. July 19-23: (Ages 13-18) Same as just above. Inly 26 - 30- (Ages 13-18) Flathead River rafting and canoeing trip. Four days and three nights, beginning at Buffalo Bridge and ending somewhere below Perma. Aug. 3 - 1 1 : Extended backpacking trip into the Mission Wilderness (route to be announced). Eight days of hiking and seven days of camping. PAGE 8 -- CSKTs Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT - June 15, g m n i i r i n m m m x i