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I CAMPS I

The Ultimate Specialty Day Camp
for Children through 9 Years Old!

Summer In Israel

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begin June 15th (extended hours
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(bet. Walnut Lake & Maple Rds.)

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Fact is, more Americans
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because so many of them
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1992

hearts of talented artists. The
first three weeks are spent in
Jerusalem, where there will
be small group internships
with professional Israeli ar-
tists. The rest of the time will
be spent touring Israel. Age:
15-18; Length: 37 days; Date:
Late June 1992-Early August
1992.

NFTY Hebrew Ulpan
Eight weeks of exciting
Hebrew learning and travel
throughout ancient and
modern Israel. Age: 15-18;
Length: 8 weeks; Date:
Departs late June 1992.
NFTY In Israel and the
Soviet Union
Participants on this leader-
ship program will spend the
first 28 days exploring all
that Israel has to offer and
also in preparation for an ex-
perience in the Soviet Union.
Nine days will then be spent
touring Moscow, Kiev and St.
Petersburg plus meeting with
representatives of the Moscow
and Kiev Jewish com-
munities. Age: 15-18; Length:
37 days; Date: Early July
1992.

RAMAH PROGRAMS
Ramah Seminar in Israel
This program is for
students who wish to ex-
perience Israel with both
heart and mind for six full
weeks. The seminar teaches
Israel through enjoying all
the state has to offer. Not on-
ly does the program visit the
important sites, the educa-
tional component helps the
participants see Israel
through the lenses of history,
religion and culture. The ma-
jority of the program is based ,
in Jerusalem, with signifi-
cant amounts of time spent
all over the country. It is a
summer full of sightseeing,
hiking and learning from the
Golan to the Negev. Age: up-
per high school; Length: 6
weeks; Date: July 1,
1992-Aug. 12, 1992.
Ramah Seminar Plus
This program extends the
experience of the Ramah
Seminar. It includes all the
features of the seminar, then
adds even more. The four
weeks consist of living with a
parallel group of Israeli
youth, Gadna (a taste of life in
the all-important Israel
Defense Forces), exploring the
Negev with artists who have
been inspired by the desert,
and Hebrew study. Emphasis
is placed upon finding ways to
bring this experience back to
North America. Age: upper
high school; Length: 10
weeks; Date: June 10,
1992-Aug. 19, 1992.

USY PROGRAMS
USY Israel Pilgrimage
The six weeks are spent

traveling throughout the
various parts of Israel. Three
weeks spent in Jerusalem,
allowing it to become your se-
cond home. The remaining
three weeks are spent travel-
ing throughout Israel to
Haifa, Eilat, the Negev
(south), and the Galilee
(north). Some of our groups
spend 4-5 days in Gadna, a
simulated field training ex-
perience. Age: 15-18; Length:
6 weeks; Dates: July 1,
1992-Aug. 11, 1992 or July 7,
1992-Aug. 17, 1992. _

Israel Pilgrimage/Poland
Seminar
This group will spend its
first week in Poland, followed
by five weeks in Israel. The
week in Poland will be spent
exploring the history and
culture of the Polish Jewish
Community. The Poland Ex-
perience will include: War-
saw, Cracow, Lublin, and the
concentration camps of
Sobibor, Majdanek, Ausch-
witz, Birkenau and Treb-
linka. Application deadline:
Feb. 15, 1992. Age: 15-18;
Length: 6 weeks; Date: June
28, 1992-Aug. 11, 1992.
Eastern - European/Israel
Pilgrimage
This group will spend three
weeks in Eastern Europe ex-
ploring the history and
culture of Hungary, Czechos-
lovakia, Poland and Russia,
followed by three weeks of
follow-up exploration in
Israel. Special emphasis will
be placed on the past, present
and future of these extraor-
dinary Jewish communities.
Preference will be given to
those who have already par-
ticipated in an Israel summer
program. Application dead-
line: Feb. 15, 1992. Age:
15-18; Length: 6 weeks; Date:
June 28, 1992-Aug. 11, 1992.

YOUNG JUDAEA
PROGRAMS
Israel Discovery
An innovative summer pro-
gram enables teen-agers to
explore contemporary Israel
and discover their Jewish
identity as they pursue their
individual interests. They
will experience Israel's varied
neighborhoods from north to
south as well as "off the
beaten path" sites under the
direct supervision of licensed
Israel Government Tour
Guides and experienced
youth leaders. They will
meet, hike and camp out with
members of the Israeli Scouts,
be hosted by a moshav fami-
ly for a Shabbat, meet with
newly arrived immigrants, as
well as choose to spend one
week either digging among
archaeological ruins, working
on a kibbutz, hiking the
countryside from sea to sea or
volunteering on an army

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