For 10 years, young people ages 11 to 18 have gathered in Pasco and other Florida counties to swat volleyballs and sing around campfires. Mark Foley, one of Washington's leading advocates for missing and exploited kids, doesn't like the idea of a clothes-free camp for teenagers. After reading a story Wednesday in the New York Times, he decided to raise a fuss. Foley, running for the U. Senate seat held by Bob Graham, plans to deliver letters today to Gov. Foley said the camp, sponsored by the American Association for Nude Recreation, appears to exploit children to make money.
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Log in or Sign up. Jedi Council Forums. Welcome to the new boards! Details here! Registered: Aug 17, The American Civil Liberties Union sued in federal court to keep the state from shutting down a no-clothing camp for juveniles in late July at the White Tail Park nudist camp in Ivor.