Gur Sat Gur Sacha Patshah Aap!
You just can’t Miss It!
Avail yourself of this unique opportunity that will make a difference in your life !
MIAN TU JOT SAROOP HAIN, APNA MOOL PEHCHAN
YOUTH CAMP USA
AUG. 24 – SEPT. 4, 1987, TORO REGIONAL PARK, SALINAS, CA
An excellent opportunity for 125 young Sikh women and men from all over the world.
International! Institute of Gurmat Studies, Inc.
Is pleased to announce its 23rd SIKH INTERNATIONAL YQUTH GAMP USA from Monday, Aug. 24 to Sept. 4, 1987, at Toro Regional Park, Salinas, California.
Through this sixth camp in the US, IIGS plans to reach out to another 125 young Sikh girls and boy send provide them an opportunity to learn how to live according to the teachings of the Gurus.
Beginning with an expose on the fundamental tenets of the faith, the camp curriculum will cover the history of the Sikh religion, an acquaintance with the scriptures end the socio-cultural aspect of the Sikh way of life.
Besides, the camp will provide avenues for the young Sikhs to learn Gurdware etiquettes, develop group consciousness, self-discipline, leadership Qualities and the art of public speaking.
Practica! Workshops will include classes in ‘Shabad Kirtan’, Gurmukhi, and Turban-tying.
Fun and Games
There will be lessons in horseback riding and Karate, morning walk-and-run sessions, outdoor
Games, trekking, 8 picnic, and a campfire to add to the enjoyment of the camp experience. Plus excellent food from Guru Ka Langer!
Situated in the Monterey County, about 100 miles short of San Francisco, off Freeway 101, the
camp site affords 8 wealth of outdoor recreation. A small lake amidst undulating hills dotted with sycamores, Oaks and eucalyptus, and extensive nature trails provide 8 serene atmosphere. The camp is equipped with basic amenities and medical care.
Trained lady and gentlemen counselors will look to the needs and comfort of the campers.
On the last day of the camp, each camper will be presented with an attractive personal camp
Memento send a certificate of participation. CAMP FEES: US $185.00 per child. It includes board, lodging and tuition. Transportation charges extra, here applicable. All Checks must be made: Payable to the IGS Camp Account.
Those of the young Sikh girls and boys who are desirous of learning the Sikh way of life and are between the age of 10 to 20 sari welcome to join. Lack of knowledge of Gurbani or Gurmukhi is no restriction.
The number of seats being limited to 125, applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis. The camp management reserves the right to reject any application without assigning send reason. Selected applicants will be sent complete joining instructions by July 10, 1987. In case of an application not gaining acceptance, the camp fee will be refunded in full.
The camp registration form duly completed along with a check for the full amount end a recent photo of the applicant must reach the Camp Director’s office by June 30, 1987.
For enq questions, please call
(213) 690-0117 anytime or (714) 779-1227 (day)
All cash payments must be sent by registered post.
WAHEGURU JI KA KHALSA
WAHEGURU JI Ki FATEH
Please return completed registration forms to:
The Camp Director
23rd Sikh International Youth Camp USA 1987
IGS House, 1703 Haciende Bivd.
Le Habre, Hts., CA 90631
For any questions please call;
Telephone:  680-0117 [Anytime]
(714) 7791227 (Dey)
TO THE PARENTS:
Here’s an excellent opportunity for your children born and brought up in America to learn about their great Sikh heritage, history and culture. Just send them to spend 12 days with us In our camp and see the difference! Guru willing, on returning home they will bring back to share with you a real understanding of the Guru’s teachings and talk to you about their Sikh heritage with a sense of pride!
IIGS INTERNATIONAL CAMPING MOVEMENT
The International Institute of Gurmat Studies (Inc.). is a non-political, non-profit and tax exempt Sikh organization. Popularly known as the IIGS or just the IGS, it is the pioneer organization that has taken the Sikh youth camping movement from national to international level in the last 15 years. To date, it has held 22 Sikh youth camps within India and abroad, including one each at Nepal [(’79}, England [‘80), Thailand (‘81), Canada [(‘8£), and five in the U.S.A.[Aug ‘85, Dec ‘85, Aug ‘S6, Dec ‘S6, Apr ’87). Over 3,300 young Sikh men and women have already participated in these camps from all over the world.