Why we have a Camas papermaker mascot

The footballers of Camas have a mascot.

The papermakers of the South of France have a logo too, but their mascot has been an entirely different animal for the last 50 years.

The club’s mascot was a female monkey named Chien-Chien, and the monkey’s name is Camas.

This year’s mascot is a male.

It was born at the end of the 2010-11 season, when Camas had already qualified for the Champions League and was still just three years into its existence.

It is the only female monkey mascot in the club’s history, according to a club spokesperson.

The team named it Camas in honour of the club legend, who died last year at the age of 98.

In the 1960s, Camas was given the nickname of ‘Chien-chien’ because it was her first name and because the monkey was known to be very friendly and easy to get along with.

It’s a funny story, but we all know the true story of the Camas monkey.

We have a legend in the Camassias team, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the name has become such a part of the team’s history.

When the club first won the Champions Leagues in 1981, it was the only club in Europe to do so.

The players named the mascot after Chien Chien, the monkey, who was the main character in the novel of the same name by Louis Malle, written by a Camassia student.

In his novel, Camassians player Thierry Dézard said the monkey played the role of the main protagonist of the novel, Thierro, who had a heart condition.

The nickname ‘Chin-Chi’ has also become a trademark for Camassios players.

Dézaud, who played for the club between 1968 and 1983, said he first saw the nickname in his childhood when he was studying to become a doctor.

“When I saw the name, I didn’t know what it meant.

It’s a beautiful thing, the name Chien Chi,” Dézen said.

Camassia was one of the first clubs to use the nickname ‘Camas’ in honour, but the nickname stuck.

“We didn’t have a monkey until 1993, when we changed the name to Camassi,” Camassie’s director of sports development, Lucie Baillet, told Reuters.

“It was the first club to use this name, so it is the oldest one,” she added.

“The name has a lot of meaning for the fans.

It means ‘the Camas’.”

It’s also the name of the last name of our mascot, who is called Camas.

“The monkey, known as ‘Chia’ or ‘Chi’, has played a large role in the team since its inception in 1982.

Désiré said that in addition to the name ‘China’, Camas has also given Camassis players a nickname for him: ‘the monkey’ or simply ‘Chie.'”

It was a special part of our history, because it represented a lot for us and helped us achieve the goals we were aiming for.””

It has always been a part and parcel of our team.

It was a special part of our history, because it represented a lot for us and helped us achieve the goals we were aiming for.”

The club has had a monkey mascot since 1978, and since then, it has had four different mascots.

The last of those was ‘Chicha’, who died in 2010.

After the death of ‘Claudia’, Camassies mascot, ‘Chine’ became the club mascot.

“Claudie was the last monkey mascot, but she was very popular,” Désire said.

“We wanted to make a monkey that was different from her.

We named her ‘Chienne’.”

Chien was always a very friendly monkey, and she was the mascot of the football team,” added Désired.

Chien Chienne, the last of Camassías mascots, has died at the club.

The monkey also had a special place in the hearts of Camasses fans.”

The name ‘Claire’ means ‘charm’ and ‘gift’.””

I remember in our first game, when she played for us, she played a very nice little ball that I’d never seen before.”

The name ‘Claire’ means ‘charm’ and ‘gift’.

“She was always the one who always gave us presents, so we would always give her presents,” added Baillé.

Camas is also known for a mascot who died while in the care of the local government.

In 2016, the mascot was given a heart transplant by an Italian charity.

“She died while she was being cared for in our care,” said a spokesperson for the charity, who asked not to be named.

“During her life she was able to be with her family, receive care from her