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December 25, 1987 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-12-25

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1987

Teen Travel Programs
Offered By Fresh Air

Tamarack Camps, the
Fresh Air Society, will offer
several travel programs for
teens entering eighth-12th
grades.
New this summer is the
Israel Plus . . . Outdoor
Adventure trip for entering
12th graders, a 32-day bus
and camping trip including a
five-day camel trip in the Ju-
dean Desert, and a four-day
cross-country journey by foot
from the Mediterranean Sea
to Lake Kinneret. The trip in-
cludes home hospitality by
Israeli families, touring and
seminars on Israel in
Jerusalem.
The 32-day Western Teen
Trip will take entering tenth
through 12th graders hiking
in the Rocky Mountain Na-
tional Park, rock climbing in
Colorado, white water rafting
in Utah, and touring in Zion
and Yellowstone National
Parks. Three separate trips
leave June 21, June 26 and
July 26.

The 42-day Alaskan Adven-
ture begins on June 21 and
will take participants enter-
ing 11th and 12th grades hik-
ing in the Canadian Rocky
Mountains of Banff National
Park, touring the historic
mining town of Skagway,
backpacking the Chilkoot
Trail, panning for gold in the
Yukon, canoeing in the Kenai
Peninsula, and visiting the
Portage Glacier Park in An-
chorage, Alaska.

A Canadian Wilderness
Trip (entering ninth-tenth
grades) and an advanced
Canadian Wilderness trip
(entering tenth-11th grades)
offers campers extensive cam-
ping trips from their home
base at Agree Outpost Camp
in Wawa, Ontario. These pro-
grams will include hiking
along the Lake Superior coast
and the Agawa Canyon, with
canoe trips in the wilderness
areas of northern Ontario,
plus rock climbing, rappeling
and windsurfing.
The 26-day Pioneer Adven-
ture Program, for entering
eighth and ninth grades is
based at Camp Maas and
takes participants on a white
water rafting trip in West
Virginia, and a six-day cam-
ping trip in the wilderness
areas of northern Ontario.
Camp Kennedy for entering
tenth and 11th grades will
consist of two 28-day sessions
beginning June 22 and July
27. Canoe trips along the Pic-
tured Rocks of Lake Superior
and the wilderness areas of
Canada are planned, plus

waterskiing, sailing and
swimming.
For information, call the
FAS, 661-CAMP.

Grove Planted
For Ida Moss

Ida Moss

A grove of 1,000 trees in
memory of Ida Moss has been
established under the
auspices of the Jewish Na-
tional Fund, by Sol Moss, his
family and friends.
This grove will be located in
the B'nai B'rith Scroll of Fire
Forest near the grove which
Ida and Sol established in
memory of their daughter,
Arlene Vivian Moss.
Mrs. Moss was an active
member of the Morgenthau
Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women of which she was
president and held every
other position in that
organization. She was also ac-
tively involved with
Hadassah, the Sisterhood of
Adat Shalom Synagogue,
Naamat and Women's
American ORT.

Diabetes Class

A series of six diabetes
classes will be held at 7 p.m.
Thursdays in the auditorium
of the Oakland County
Health Division's South of-
fice, 27725 Greenfield,
Southfield. These classes are
scheduled to begin Jan. 21. To
register, call the health divi-
sion, 424-7042.

Reading Course
Is Scheduled

The Jewish Community
Center will begin a four-week
advanced reading course at
the main building on Jan. 6.
It is open to the public, and
there is a fee. For information,
call Annette Chajes,
661-1000, ext. 335.

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