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January 17, 1992 - Image 45

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-17

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SUMMER CAMP
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THINK ROEPER
SUMMER DAY CAMP

Recreational Day Camp for
Ages 3 through 11
1992 Session — June 22 - August 14

Dance • Music • Computer • Archery • Soccer
Swimming Instruction • Gymnastics • Science • Aerobics
Photography • Pottery • Woodcrafts • Horse • Art

Join Us At

KIDS VARIETY VILLAGE

Call now regarding OPEN HOUSE
or for information: 642-1500
Summer Day Camp
2190 North Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304 ,

For Summertime Fun!!

ROEPER CITY
AND
COUNTRY SCHOOL

First Session: June 22-July 3
Second Session: July 6 - July 23
Third Session: July 27 - August 13

38 Years of Leadership in Canadian Camping

Extended Hours Available Before & After








150 Acres ON LAKE COUCHICHING, ONTARIO
1% hours from Toronto

A Unique Spirited Camp
For Boys and Girls
Ages 6.15

7, 4 & 3 WEEK SESSIONS

Swimming, Sailing, Tripping, Canoeing, Water Skiing,
Water Slide, Soccer, Tennis, Baseball, Riding, Pottery,
Gymnastics, Arts and Crafts, Photography, Theatre,
Science, Dance, C.I.T. Program, Windsurfing, Fitness,
Rock Climbing, Ropes Course and more

NEW FOR '92
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL CAMP
OFFERED IN 3 WEEK SESSION

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WESTCOAST'CONNECTION TRAVEL CAMP

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TEEN TRAVEL

•U.S.A. - Canada - Europe
• Combination Camping / Hotel / Dorm Tours;
Starting at $3295.
• Cycling Adventures of Cape Cod, Vermont
and France. Starting at $1495.

For more information:
Please call Mark Segal, 1-800-767-0227
87 Stillwater Cres., Willowdale, Ont. M2R 3S3

• Glacier Skiing • Colorado White Water Rafting

• Shabbat
• Israeli Culture/Dance
• Music
• Nature
• Wearable Art
• Woodworking
• Gymnastics

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For information contact our Detroit representative
Deby Gannes at 851-0040 or 642-2400 or toll free
1-800.866-8170

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Crafts
Cooking
Science
Swimming
Sports
Field Trips

For further information and a detailed
brochure about camp, contact:
Jimmy Prentis Morris Day Camp Office
(313) 967-4030

Iniversa l Studios • Banff • San Dies o Zoo • Hearst Castl -

Israel Mitzvah Corps
This program combines 25
days of touring around Israel
with 12 days of working in a
wide range of rewarding corn-
munity service projects. Age:
15-18; Length: 37 days; Date:
Late June 1992-Early August
1992.
Archaeological Dig
This program combines 25
days of touring throughout
Israel with two days of
fascinating involvement on
an archaeological dig site
(under supervision of profes-
sional archaeologists and
university professors). Age:
15-18; Length: 37 days; Date:
Late June 1992-Early August
1992.
Hagigah Arts Festival in
Israel
The participants on this
program will experience
Israel through the eyes and

Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit
Jimmy Prentis Morris Building

Orientation and Open House
Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
March 21, April 11, May 2 & May 16

seeks to raise questions and
contrast different com-
mitments and practices.
Participants are usually
young people who are open to
asking questions and want to
experiment with new forms of
self-expression. A background
in the arts is not necessary to
participate in Nesiya.
The Seminar observes com-
mon denominators which
allow Jews of different back-
grounds to live together. The
program is strictly kosher,
and no group activities are
conducted on the Sabbath
which would violate its tradi-
tional observance. At the
same time, religious obser-
vance is optional. The group
is encouraged to develop its
own program ideas for
celebrating Shabbat together.
Age: 15-18 years old, high
school students and
graduating seniors; Length:
Approximately 6 1/2 weeks;
Date: Late June, 1992.

NFTY PROGRAMS
Israel Safari
This program is 25 days of
touring throughout Israel in-
cluding 10-12 days visiting
two of Israel's international-
ly known nature centers.
Highlights include climbing
through Nimrod's Castle, hik-
ing in the Golan, swimming
in mountain pools. Age:
15-18; Length: 37 days; Date:
Late June 1992-Early August
1992.
Israel Academy
This program combines 24
days touring throughout
Israel with 7 days of living
and working on a kibbutz and
6 days of interaction with
Israeli teens. Age: Two age
groups, 15-17 or high school
graduates; Length: 37 days;
Date: Mid June 1992-Early
August 1992.

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Jewish programming • Canoeing and Sailing • Israeli Dance • Overnights
Arts & Crafts • Red Cross Swim Program • Hiking • Drama • Sports
Oneg Shabbat • Scouting • Israeli Singing • Water Skiing

INFOIIMATIONAL M l'ING

Held In Farmington Hills
Monday, January 27th
7:30 p.m.
With Camp Director • Call For Directions

For Information: (313)973-0038
2935 Birch Hollow, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Local Contact: Enid Bienstock 851-7640
— Sponsored by Hadassah —

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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