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January 22, 1993 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CAMPS CLAMPS CAMPS CAMPS

WHERE CAN YOU:

Learn rappelling.

Agency for Jewish
Education Nursery
School Summer Camp

21550 W. 12 MILE ROAD
SOUTHFIELD, MI 48076
356-7378 or 354-1050

Nij Go snorkeling. Explore

dynamics of group living. Be physically and mentally

There will be water play,
arts and crafts, cooking,
songs and outdoor fun, for
children 18 months thru 5
years.
You can choose programs
to fit individual needs. Ex-
tended hours before and
after the regular camp day
available.
For more information
please call Carol Gale, Direc-
tor at 356-7378 or 354-1050.

Discover Israel by spen-
ding six weeks with people
from all over America, moun-
tain climbing, swimming,
snorkeling and hiking from
the Galilee to Eilat. Immerse
yourself in Kibbutz life, an ar-
chaeological dig, the Israeli
Army, the arts and tennis —
with Israeli pros. Have the
time of your life. Sponsored
by HadassalT.

challenged like never before.

Beth Abraham Hiller-Moses
Pre-School Day Camp

Jewish Community
Center Day Camp

5075 W. MAPLE
WEST. BLOOMFIELD 48322
851-6880
Anita Lampcov, Director

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

stalagtite caves. Play tennis with ranked pros. Take

week-long hikes. Go on archaeological

digs. Camp in a wild forest learn the

Surprise! It's a summer in Israel.
Israel Discovery 1993.

An excellent program for
18 month to 5 year old chil-
dren (diapers accepted).
Many options are available
including Parent-Toddler, By
Myself, Energetic Two's, half
and full days, songs, arts and
crafts, science, water play
and a well equipped play-
ground. A tee-shirt is in-
cluded. Call the Synagogue
office for an application.

Young Judaea, The Zionist Youth Movement
sponsored by Hadassah.
2935 Birch Hollow Dr.
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Phone/FAX: (313) 973-0038

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• U.S.A. - Canada - Europe
• Combination Camping/Hotel/Dorm Tours.
Starting at $3395
• Cycling Adventures of Cape Cod, Vermont
and Europe. Starting at $1695

For more information:
Please call Mark Segal, 1-800-767-0227

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• Glacier Skiing • Colorado White Water Rafting

Learn how to take
better care of your
heart, call Red Cross.

American
Red Cross

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8 The Advertising Council

833-4440

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STUDENT TRAVEL

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Programs Director
50 WEST 58th STREET, NEW
YORK, N.Y. 10019
Phone: (212) 247-9235
or contact Young Judaea at
(313) 973-0038;
2935 BIRCH HOLLOW DR,
ANN ARBOR, MI 48108

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
accenting Jewish History,
Social Justice, Zionism in
Israel. Call Ron Sussman for
more information or a
presentation in your home,
(313) 971-1147.

Israel Discovery

Ferne Hassan, Israel

Programs include a variety
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)

"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.

Ruach Day Camp

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 includ-
ing swimming and exciting
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.

Summer Impressions
Day Camp
1st Impressions
Nursery & Day Schools

4150 MIDDLEBELT/
5760 DRAKE
WEST BLOOMFIELD
661-3630

The ultimate specialty day
camp for children through 9
years old. Includes summer
activities with a heavy em-
phasis on the outdoors.
Swimming (2 in-ground
pools), professional tennis
courts, basketball courts,
playgrounds and sports fields
for soccer, baseball, field
hockey, etc. All with profes-
sional instructors.
Further activities include
picknicking, nature studies,
arts & crafts & theme weeks
with special events and
visitors. Optional transporta-
tion. Full and 1/2 day
programs.

Surplus City Co.

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

1900 N. WAYNE RD.
WESTLAND, MI
(313) 721-2262

A complete Camp Outfitter.
We at Surplus City know how
hectic getting ready for camp
can be. 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 tripp-
ing programs. Photography,
Day Outings, Ropes Task
Course, Clay/Pottery and
more.

Tamarack Camps
(Fresh Air Society)

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

At Tamarack Camps, a
highly trained and caring
staff ensure personalized at-
tention to each camper, and
the highest safety• standards
possible. Our wide variety of
terrific programs, campsites

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