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Adat Shalom Day Camp

29901 MIDDLEBELT ROAD
FARMINGTON HILLS, MI 48334
851-5105

For the under-6 set, Adat
Shalom offers three fun-filled
mornings or full days.
Youngsters will enjoy outdoor
play, craft activities, nature,
gardening, cooking, water-
play and weekly themes. Pro-
fessional staff trained in child
development will provide a
warm, nurturing environ-
ment. For "mini" campers,
Parent-Toddler and "Just For
Me" classes are available.

Ganeinu Day Camp

4280 MIDDLEBELT
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI
(313) 932-8584

A uniquely blended pro-
gram of fun-filled, action-
packed days in an atmos-
phere of meaningful Jewish
experience. A comprehen-
sive program of sports, swim-
ming, arts and crafts, trips,
music, dramatics, Judaic
themes, devoted staff,
beautiful grounds. Children
are known to wait all year to
return to GANEINU. Call Mrs.
Bergstein at 626-3194.

Habonim Camp Tavor

3359 TACOMA CIRCLE
ANN ARBOR, MI 48108
(313) 971-1147

Tavor, one of the five
Habonim Camps in North
America, offers a unique
camping experience in a Kib-
butz atmosphere. Located on
68 scenic acres in South-
western Michigan — Habo-
nim has offered Pioneer
Jewish Camping for more
than 55 years. A full camp
program of sports and
scouting is enhanced by ac-
centing Jewish History,
Social Justice, Zionism in
Israel. Call Ron Sussman for
more information or a
presentation in your home,
(313) 971-1147.

Jewish Community
Center Day Camp

6600 WEST MAPLE RD.
W. BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322
(313) 661-1000, Ext. 254

Programs include a varie-
ty of experiences for children
ages 3 through 17 at the
Maple/Drake facility and 3
through 9 at the JPM
building.
Full Day campers are pro-
vided bus transportation
which is included in the
camp fee at the Maple/Drake
facility only.
For further information call
661-1000, ext. 254.

Moosejaw Mountaineering
and Backcountry Travel

3405 ORCHARD LAKE RD.
KEEGO HARBOR, MI 48320
(313) 738-JAW1 (5291)

Something wonderful
happens to a teenager
here...

"Let's Take It Outside!"
Moosejaw Mountaineering
and Backcountry Travel,
located in Keego Harbor, is a
new store that offers the
highest quality camping
equipment and clothing.
Great for the most experi-
enced camper or for some-
body who just loves the
outdoors. Among the high
quality items we carry are
fleece and Gortex jackets,
wool sweaters, hiking boots,
backpacks, sleeping bags,
tents and much, much more.

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CAMP TEL YEHUDAH*

A SUMMER CAMP FOR JEWISH YOUTH ENTERING GRADES 9-12

Project Otzma

For Information and Registration Contact:
YOUNG JUDAEA The Zionist Youth Movement Sponsored by Hadassah

SIVAN MAAS, DIRECTOR OF
ISRAEL DESK
JEWISH FEDERATION OF
METRO DETROIT
(313) 661-5440

2933 Birch Hollow Drive • Ann Arbor, MI 48108
(313) 973-0038

Participants on Project
Otzma, a year-long volunteer
service program in Israel for
young adults, learn firsthand
about Israel's history, lan-
guage, culture and lifestyle,
while working on kibbutz, in
a development town, a reset-
tlement center and with
Israeli teens at risk. After-
ward, they fulfill a commit-
ment of service to the Detroit
Jewish community.

Camp Ramah In Canada

801 EGLINTON AVENUE WEST
SUITE 406
TORONTO, ONTARIO M5N 1E3
(416) 789-2193

Camp Ramah is located in
Muskoka and is suitable for
children ages 9 to 16. At
Ramah we believe that the
summer is an important time
for growth. We offer a full
range of exciting activities,
while remaining dedicated to
fostering Jewish commitment
and Jewish values.

Ruach Day Camp

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AT THE ULTIMATE SPECIALTY SUMMER CAMP!

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Gymnastics

Basketball

Field Days

Arts & Crafts













Overnights

Baseba ll

Field Hockey

Sport
Tournaments

Special

Visitors

D C reative

Theme \Nee" Nature
Studies

t ematics

Weekly Professional
Field Trips Instruction

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NURSERY AND DAY SCHOOLS

560 Drake Road
(bet. Walnut Lake & Maple Rds.)

27700 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
LATHRUP VILLAGE, MI 48076
552-9690 or 968-1525

Akiva Hebrew Day School
proudly announces the open-
ing of Ruach Day Camp.
Ruach Day Camp will offer
a full day of activities in-
cluding swimming and ex-
citing field trips, such as
Detroit Tiger baseball
games, amusement parks,
etc.
Camp Director Rabbi
Akevy Greenblatt brings with
him six years of camp ex-
perience. For more informa-
tion, contact Rabbi Green-
blatt at the school office,
552-9690, or at home,
968-1525.

Jr. Tennis

Socce r

Counselor-In-Training
Optional
Program (10-13 year olds) Transportation

Full or half day programs
begin June 14th. (extended
hours at no additional cost).

summer
impress"

SIGN-UP NOW!

661 -3630

DAYWAP

4150 Middlebelt Road
(bet. Lone Pine & Long Lake Rds.)

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SOUTHFIELD

A FAMILY AFFAIR

❑ a variety of homes in every style and
price range
❑ central location with easy access to all
major freeways

❑ rich community life

❑ warm, friendly neighborhoods

❑ award-winning City services and
recreational facilities
❑ a school system nationally-
recognized for excellence

City of Southfield Housing and Neighborhood Center, 354-4400
Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

SOUTHFIELD

The Center of It All

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