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January 10, 1992 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-10

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SHAAREY ZEDEK
BETH HAYELED
DAY CAMP AND
NURSERY SCHOOL

Now Available
. . . 8 Weeks . . .

(For Ages 2-6)

June 15-August 7

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• Weekly Themes
• Nature & Craft Activities
• Music

• Parent-Toddler
• Terrific Two's
• Half & Full Day Programs

— EXTENDED HOURS: 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 PM. —

For further information contact: JANET PONT 357 5544

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WALDEN

CAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

5607 South River Road • Cheboygan, Michigan 49721

Walden is a distinctive co-ed camp for youngsters, set on the
quiet shores of Long Lake in beautiful Northern Michigan. Its
picturesque setting, extensive program, excellent facilities and
professional staff offer boys and girls the perfect combination
of summer and adventure!

Accents on Riding, Sailing, Kayaking, Waterskiing, Windsurf-
ing, Theater, Tennis, Soccer, Gymnastics, Photography, Fine
Arts and Crafts, Computers, Wilderness Camping, Canoeing,
and Mountain Bike Trips.

For additional information, color brochure or video, call or write:

31070 Applewood Lane
Farmington Hills, MI 48331 • (313) 661-1890

Next time you feed your face,
think about your heart.

Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods

that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol. The
change'll do you good.

V American Heart Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

48

FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1992

I CAMPS I

Shaarey Zedek
Beth Hayeled
Day Camp

27375 BELL ROAD
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48075
(313) 357-5544

Our summer camp is open
June 15-August 7 with four
two-week sessions. In addi-
tion to arts and crafts, water
play and music, we have
weekly themes. Camp is
available for children 2-6
years with a special "senior"
camp for Kindergarten age
youngsters. We also have
parent-toddler classes for
15-30 months.

Surplus City Co.

3766 W. 12 MILE RD.
BERKLEY, MI
(313) 548-5025

A complete Camp Outfitter.
We at Surplus City know how
hectic getting ready for camp
can be. That's where we can
help. Our helpful and
knowledgeable staff has
many years of camping ex-
perience and are ready to
assist you with your camping
purchases. Our complete
selection and legitimate low
prices will make your camp
experience an enjoyable and
less costly one. Located at
3144 W. 12 Mile in Berkley
548-5025 and in Westland
721-2262.

Camp Tamakwa

1760 S. TELEGRAPH
SUITE 300
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48302
(313) 336-6400

CAMP TAMAKWA, a co-ed
children's wilderness sum-
mer camp in Algonquin Park,
Ontario since 1936. Most
diversified program available
balances activities with in-
dividual growth of each
camper. Full landsports,
water, arts, drama, and trip-
ping programs. New ropes
course and clay enrichment
program. Small cabin
groups. Two week discounted
Junior Program for 7, 8, 9
year olds

Tamarack Camps
(Fresh Air Society)

6600 WEST MAPLE RD.
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322
(313) 661-0600

Tamarack Camps offers
exciting camping and travel
trips for teens entering
9th-12th grades. Groups are
kept deliberately small, and

activities include white water
rafting, rock climbing and
waterskiing. National Parks
such as Denali, Banff,
Yellowstone, Pictured Rocks
and Voyageurs, provide un-
forgettable experiences.
Call 313-661-0600 for more
information.

Tamarack Camps
(Fresh Air Society)

6600 WEST MAPLE ROAD
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI
(313) 661-0600

Tamarack Camps is the
umbrella term for a series of
exciting resident camps and
travel programs for children
aged 7-18. Programs place
an emphasis on group living,
outdoor camping, skill
development, and informal
Jewish education. Separate
program offered for emo-
tionally impaired children.
Financial assistance avail-
able. Member, Jewish Fed-
eration of Metropolitan
Detroit.

Camp Tanuga

356-CAMP

"TANUGA MAGIC" — the
feeling of warmth inside and
the togetherness that
everybody has when the last
days of camp arrive. It is the
tears that roll down sadden-
ed cheeks with the thoughts
of the end of a wonderful
summer. We have become
family — that's what it's all
about. COME EXPERIENCE
THE TANUGA MAGIC. Now
offering 3, 5, and 8 week ses-
sions. Call for more informa-
tion, 356-CAMP. CAMP
TANUGA — Since 1952 — A
quality camping experience
for girls and boys 6-15.

Young Judaea

2935 BIRCH HOLLOW DR.
ANN ARBOR, MI 48108
(313) 973-0038

Camp Young Judaea pro-
vides a unique program com-
mitted to a positive Jewish
experience through informal
hands-on education.
Through a combination of
sports, overnights, arts &
crafts, and Israeli/Jewish
culture, our campers acquire
a deeper sense of individuali-
ty and community. We
observe Shabbat and
Kashrut. The summer ex-
pression of Young Judaea —
sponsored by Hadassah.
Contact Neal at
313/973-0038.

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