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December 30, 1988 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-12-30

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those entering the sixth
grade.
Specialty Village at Camp
Mass, for ninth and tenth
graders, includes a trip to
Mackinac Island. Campers in
this co-ed program spend mor-
nings in their chosen special-
ty area — dramatic arts,
sports, aerobics and fitness,
waterfront, or ceramics and
sculpture.
A post-camp horseback
riding ranch will begin Aug.
21, combining instruction in
Western-style riding, trail
rides and games on horseback
and culminating in a horse
show.
Summer family camp pro-
grams are scheduled for the
Butzel Conference Center.
Counselors provide child-care
service and lead a variety of
day-long recreational ac-
tivities. Summer weekends
will begin June 30, July 7,
and Aug. 31, with two week-
long programs beginning
Aug. 8 and 15.
The Silverman Village pro-
gram offers boys and girls are
6-12 — most of whom are in a
special education class in
school — a variety of camping
activities at a separate
village at Camp Maas. Its
staff is selected from profes-
sionals and students in the
special education field.
The resident director of
Camp Maas is Marvin Ber-
man, a professional staff
member of Tamarack Camps
for 27 years. The Camp Maas
of assistant,director is Warren
E. Cohen, on staff for the past
13 summers.
The resident director- of
Camp Tamarack is Jeffrey S:
Metz, its director for the past
five years who has been on
the summer staff for the past
10 years.
The kosher food service of
both Tamarack and Maas is
under the Council of Or-
thodox Rabbis supervision.
Fresh Air Society is a
member agency of the Jewish
Welfare Federation.

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Tamarack Camps, spon-
sored by the FreshAir Socie-
ty, will offer several programs
this summer. -
Camp Tamarack at
Brighton, Mich., offers 19-day
sessions for children entering
second through fifth grades
beginning June 20, July 11
and Aug. 1.
Camp activities include
swimming, sports, nature and
project activities, arts and
crafts, video production, all-
camp events, overnights,
Jewish programs and Shab-
bat celebrations.
Two nine-day mini-camps at
Tamarack, beginning June 20
and 30, are open to children
entering second grade, while
separate nine-day mini-camps
in sports, aquatics, arts and
nature crafts, drama and
dance will be offered children
entering third through fifth
grades on the same dates.
Variety Mini-Camp offers a
general camping program to
the same grades.
Discovery Mini-Camp is a
nine-day program for children
entering fourth grade.
Simulated archeological digs,
"drama on location" and a
variety of games introduce
the campers to their JewiSh
heritage.
Camp Maas at Ortonville
will offer a 26-day program
for youth entering sixth
through eighth grades. Ac-
tivity areas include the
Milton K. Mahler Equestrian
Center, Bert L. and Ibba
Smokier Pioneer Skills
Center, Mina and Theodore
Bargman Arts and Crafts
Shops and Ceramics Shelter,
Maurice H. Sobell and Alvin
M. Rodecker Waterfronts, the
Melba and Sidney J. Winer
Dance Barn, the Sidney J.
Winer Creative Communica-
tions Program, the Burton
Climbing Tower, the Harry
Nachman Environmental
Education Center and
R.O.P.E.S. Course.
Sessions will begin June 25
and July 25 with all-camp
events such as Foxfire Fair,
Israel Eve and a Jewish
World's Fair.
Four-week specialized pro-
grams at Camp Maas include
a horseback riding ranch for
those entering seventh and
eighth grades and a Dance
Village for those entering
sixth through eighth grades.
Sports Camp for youngsters
entering sixth and seventh
grades will emphasize the
fundamentals of softball, soc-
cer and basketball, as well as
advanced team skills. A two-
week mini-camp is offered

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