50 years ago today: Active Catholic School students made an academic trip to the United States

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Original text published by La Nación on July 3, 1972

Next Tuesday, 25 children from the Active Catholic School leave for the United States. The purpose of the trip is to study and directly observe geographical aspects of that country. They will visit Cape Kennedy, in Florida; also Cipress Gardens, Fort Lauderdale, Everglades, Orange Grove, among others.

The minors will also take a tour of the Bay of Biscay and take the opportunity to visit Disneyland and the Seaquarium in Miami. The children will travel accompanied by three of their teachers and several parents.

Students Carlos Roberto Aguilar, Abisag Alfaro, Luis Rafael Alonzo, Elena Margarita Brizuela, Alina Castro, Marco Vinicio Coll, Anabelle, Margaret, Jorge and José Carlos Galva Rodríguez, Rodolfo Garnier Obando, Tony González, Gabriela Gutiérrez, Francisco Gutiérrez will attend the trip. and Anabelle Hernandez.

Also joining the expedition are María Eugenia Jiménez, Mery Jean McCormick, Lauren McCormick, Ana Renzy, Mónica Renzy, María Vanessa Reyes, José Gabriel Rivas, Klaus Steinnetz, Jorge Luis Viñas and María Isabel Corella. The excursion was organized by the teacher Isabel Solano, from the institution’s sixth grade.

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