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July 27, 1984 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-07-27

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Staff writer

At a time when many people are
pre-occupied with thoughts of
be'ches, vacations and summer
camps, the Jewish Community Cen-
ter makes things easy by combining
all three for the entire family.
Toddlers, under the direction of
Barbara Cantor, have a program of
their own at the Center's main
branch. Youngsters enrolled in the
JCC parent-toddler program learn at
an early age about having fun with
other children. The looks on their
faces as they parade around the
room, laughing and singing, are as
good a barometer as any of the suc-
cess of this program.
The Center day camp, mean-
while, will attract about 1,300 chil-

dren, ages 3-15 this summer. This
figure shows no real change from
previous years.
The diversity of programs which
the camp has to offer, says Marsha
Fishman, day camp director, is one
reason for the program's continued
The JCC is again offering a wide
range of specialty camps for children
looking for specific summer-time ac-
tivity. Programs include travel
camps, tennis and gymnastics camps,
performing arts camps and dance
A new addition to this year's spe-
cialty list is 'designed for young corn-
puter users. The new computer


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Friday, July 27, 1984


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