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March 11, 1983 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-03-11

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

54 Friday, March 11, 1983

Cheese Soup

MARC
ANKERMAN

cup chopped onion
1 tbsp. margarine
1 8-oz. pkg. Philadelphia
Brand cream cheese, cubed
1 cup milk
1 cup (4 ozs.) shredded sharp
cheddar cheese
1 cup water
2 tbsp. chopped parsley

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Saute onion in margarine.
Add cream cheese and milk;
stir over low heat until cream
cheese is melted. Add cheddar
cheese; stir until melted. Stir in
water and parsley; heat
thoroughly. Yield: Six 1/2-cup
servings.

TERRY I. BERLIN

Attorney At Law

Enrollment Open for Center
Summer Day Camp Session

at 21650 W. 11 Mile Road, near Laheer
Suite 202, Southfield, Michigan
Phone 353-1474

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For irifiTimation and ap-
Enrollment is being
taken for the Jewish Com- plications, call the day camp
munity Center's 1983 office, 661-1000, ext. 251.
summer day camps. Pro-
grams are offered for cam-
DANCE PARTIES
pers from age 3-15.
are our specialty, high quality our performance.
Pre-school day camp pro-
grams include three or five
Outstanding in music, • lighting, teaching and
half days for 3 and 4 year
dance performance. For a complete evening of
olds, while kindergarteners
entertainment at your next party, Bar Mitzva, wed-
have the option of half days
ding or special occasion call
or three or five full days.
ART and JAN
Under the supervision of
652-9736
588-9499
Susie Rosenzveig, director
of the JCC nursery, pre-
Ask about our group danCe classes.
school day camp bases itself
Also private and semi-private lessons. ,
in the Center nursery while
utilizing Camp Ruth
facilities.
Campers of the full day
camp, kindergarten
through sixth grade, par-
ticipate in outdoor games,
swimming in one of three
pools, nature,, arts and
crafts and Judaica. Special
events are also featured,
such as cookouts, a Mac-
SYNAGOGUES
cabia, overnights and a car-
SISTERHOODS
nival. Supervisors in this
camp include Eileen Weiner
MEN'S CLUBS
and Robin Tobin.
This year campers can
design their own camp
Imported from the
through the block spe-
Century-Old Cellars
cialty camp prograM.
at
Richon le Zion
The morning blocks in-
clude tennis, gymnastics
for sacramental
and performing arts,
purpok.s only.
while , the afternoon
blocks feature fine arts,
dance and sports. All
block programs are coed
and are offered to fifth
Kosher
through 10th graders.
for Passover
Other specialty camps in-
clude sailing, Safari and
Ein-Guedi Import Company, New York • (212) 679-3196
Teen Caravan. Sailing, a
coed program for seventh
through ninth graders,
teaches campers seaman-
ship at the. Great Lakes
Yacht Club on Lake St.
Clair.
Safari, a coed program for
_fifth and sixth graders, is a
day adventure offering trips
throughout the Detroit
metropolitan area. Return-
ing • supervisor, Mel
Clayton, will lead the cam-
pers to such places as the
wave pool, rollerskating,
trout fishing and more.
Teen Caravan, a coed
pro-gram for seventh
through 10th graders, is
similar to Safari program
except it is oriented to
interests of older kids.
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Again supervised by Debbie
Landau, each session cul-
minates in a three-day trip
to places like Toronto or
Kings Island.
All campers partici-,
pate in the Center's
newly designed swim
The Seder is not complete
program, and receive
neighborhood-to-camp
without the newest
transportation at no
creation by Lenox...the
extra•charge.

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