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The Nineteen Fifties


Mr. Broun continues his legacy with W. Clark Gorden as Director of Programs and Frank F. Fore as Assistant Director.


Tutoring is offered at Rio Vista through the scholastic department. Rio Vista offered credits that were transferable to most public schools.


The most popular activities during this time are: aquaplaning, water-skiing, horseback riding, tennis, shooting sports, and football. This was also the year the Arvee Club was established.


Weekly movies were screened on 35M film on Monday and Thursday evenings. These movies were released to camp before even being released to the public. Out trips were planned to nearby places of interest. Among these are Garner Park, Enchanted Rock, Cave Without a Name, Griffin's Cave, Buchanan Dam, Longhorn Caverns, and Bandera Museum.


The new infirmary is built.

100 Years of Singing the Git Up

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