In December 1972, the Lake County Director for the Catholic Church, Father Costello, is reviewing the structure and financial results for the county youth program. He is concerned that available resources are not being used efficiently in the county program. Although the youth organization is nonprofit and money and profits alone are not the primary concerns of the church, money is a practical necessity to provide the many services offered by the youth organization. Father Costello is particularly concerned with the financial results of the church's summer day camp, the largest single program provided in the church's county youth program. The camp is expected to make a profit to help finance its youth-program office expenses for the school year, when many other youth activities are provided.