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January 11, 1991 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-01-11

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CAMPS

Judaic Camps

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IN Algonquin Park, Ontario

Tuition is
session.

4 or 8 weeks. Boys & Girls, ages 7.16

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Tradition

— since 1936
Algonquin Park — clean, serene, just 2 1/2 hours from Toronto
Much spirit, singing & Friday night Shabbat service
All the Watersports, Landsports, Arts, Drama, Canoe Trips & More
Kids from Rochester, Buffalo, Toronto, Detroit, West & East coasts.
Warm close-knit family feeling — small cabin groups
A unique Canadian camping experience

JUNIOR TAMAKWAN PROGRAM AVAILABLE

at a discounted fee

AGES 7, 8 & 9 (2 4 - 8 week sessions)

NEW FOR 1991! - ROPES TASK COURSE

WRITE OR CALL FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

819 YONGE ST. 3rd FLOOR
1760 S. TELEGRAPH, SUITE 300
BLOOMFIELD HILLS.. MICHIGAN 48013 TORONTO ONTARIO M4W 2G9
(416) 924-7433
(313) 335-6400

Directors:
VIC NORRIS

DAVID BALE

TAMAKWA — accredited member of the Canadian Camping Association

Summer Kids' Cruise

For Ages 3 - 7

June 24-
Aug. 15

Singing

Nature

Move-
ment

Games

Friends

Prt

Extended
Hours

Captain
Th reasa

Hiking

JPM/JCC Summer Camp



Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit

For further information contact
Lois or Molly 967-4030

CAMP & NURSERY SCHOOL
REGISTRATION

(Available February 1st)
18 MONTHS — 5 YEARS

• Flexible scheduling to fit your needs
• Full or half-day sessions extended days
• Lunch/breakfast options
• Certified/experienced teachers
• Parent Toddler classes
• Arts and crafts
• Outdoor activities
• Water play

FOR INFORMATION AND APPLICATION
CALL CAROL GALE, DIRECTOR AT
356 7378 or 354-1050

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Formerly United Hebrew
Schools Nursery School

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 1991

Agency For Jewish Education
21550 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48076

$1390

per

FRESH AIR SOCIETY
SPONSORED
TEEN TRIPS
An Alaskan Adventure, is

available to co-eds entering
grades 11 and 12. Via bus
through Canada, campers
take a ferry boat from Prince
Rupert, British Columbia, to
Skagway, Alaska, and follow
the Shilkoot Pass, which goes
into the Alaskan interior.
Trip begins at the Jewish
Community Center in West
Bloomfield.
Tuition for the 45-day trip is
$2700.

Israel Plus Outdoor
Adventure, takes co-eds

entering grade 12 and college,
on a 32-day bus and camping
trips through Israel. Included
in the program, is a five-day
camel trip in the desert, a
four-day cross country hike
from the Mediterranean Sea
to Lake Kinneret, and
sightseeing in Jerusalem, Tel
Aviv, and Eilat.
Tuition is $2950.
Western Teen Trips, are
offered for co-eds entering
grades 10-12. Two bus trips,
each lasting 34 days, take
campers across the country,
stopping at several sights, in-
cluding Yellowstone National
Park, Zion National Park and
the Grand Tetons. Kids camp
out in the parks, and recrea-
tional activities include hik-
ing, caving, white water raf-
ting and mountain biking.
The trips begin at the JCC in
West Bloomfield.
Tuition is $1785, which in-
cludes transportation, meals,
and sightseeing.

MISCELLANEOUS
JEWISH SPONSORED
CAMPS IN MICHIGAN
Habonim Camp Tavor, is

sponsored by Habonim Drof
Youth Movement and is
located on a 68-acre campsite
in Three Rivers. Two three-
and-a-half-week sessions for
co-eds ages 10-17 are offered.
In a kibutz-type atmosphere,
the camp concentrates on
Zionism and Israel. Blend of
Judaic studies, Hebrew in-
struction, sports, arts and
crafts, Israeli dancing, canoe
trips and swimming are of-
fered. The kitchen is kosher.
Tuititon is $945 for the first
session, and $995 for the rest.
Scholarships are available.
For information call
971-1147 in Ann Arbor.
Camp Raanana, located in
Ann Arbor, is a day camp
which features overnight
camping trips to state parks,
along with a full-day camping
itinerary. Open to youngsters
from the ages of 5-15, the pro-

gram includes swimming,
arts and crafts, weekly excur-
sions to special places of in-
tersts such as the Toledo Zoo,
Impressions 5 Museum in
Lansing and the GM Robotics
Plant in Flint. The program
is on-going, divided into two-
week sessions. On Fridays,
there is an Oneg Shabbat and
challah baking.
Early morning and late
afternoon day care is
available. Tuition is about
$180 per two-week session.
For more information call
the Ann Arbor JCC at
971-0990.

JEWISH CLIENTELE
CAMPS IN MICHIGAN
Although the following four
camps are private and not
sponsored by a Jewish
organization, the majority of
their campers are from the
Detroit metropolitan Jewish
community.
Maplehurst, located in

Kewadin in northern
Michigan, offers a two-week
session for beginning campers
and two four-week sessions
for co-eds ages 7-17. Situated
on a 400-acre campsite with
an 80-acre spring-fed private
lake, the camp offers swimm-
ing instruction, sailing, ten-
nis, water skiing, scuba div-
ing, horseback riding, arts
and crafts, science, computers
and drama.
Tuition is $975 for two-
week sessions $1800 for four-
weeks, and the camp is ac-
credited by the American
Camping Association.
For more information call
Lawrence Cohen at 647-2646.
Sea Gull, located on Lake
Charlevoix in northern
Michigan, offers two four-
week sessions and_ one eight-
week sessions for co-eds ages
7-16. A special two-week ses-
sion is offered to first and se-
cond graders. Activities in-
clude sailing, tennis, water
skiing, arts, drama, biking,
canoeing, and overnights.
Tuition is $950 for two
weeks, and $1900 for four
weeks, and the camp is ac-
credited by the American
Camping Association.
For more information call:
Jack Schulman at 851-1318.
Tanuga, located in nor-
thern Michigan 30 miles east
of Traverse City, is open to co-
eds ages 6-15. Swimming, ten-
nis, water skiing, wind surf-
ing, canoeing, sailing,
horseback riding, mountain
biking, field games, archery,
guitar, photography, aerobics,
arts and crafts and a nature
program are offered. Field
trips to the Sleeping Bear
Dunes and Mackinac Island
are on the agenda. The
younger set can camp out for
3-4 days in nearby Michigan

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