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January 29, 1993 - Image 59

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-29

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TAMARACK • MAAS • KENNEDY • AGREE • TRAVEL TRIPS • FAMILY CAMP

Reasons to choose Tamarack Camps

Activities Are Our Strength

Waterfront

swimming
canoeing
sailing
fishing
kayaking
rowboating
windsurfing*
waterskiing*

Nature

camperaft
cookouts
hiking trips
canoe trips
overnights
nature crafts

Sports

softball
soccer
tennis
volleyball
floor hockey
basketball
lacrosse**
archery**
mountain biking*

Challenge
Program*

R.O.P.E.S.*
climbing tower*
TREKS*

Performing Arts

drama
dance
video production
singing
clowning**
radio plays
puppets**
drama games

All Camp
Events

;:= Highly Trained and Caring Staff
LE Terrific Program and Facilities
=--;÷ 90 Years of Tradition and Excellence
t Highest Safety Standards
Personal Attention Given to Every Camper

for 1993 at Camp Maas

e- Waterskiing for All Ages
S. Radio Station
a Circus Specialty —

Circus Day**
Fourth of July
Maccabiah
Foxfire Fair*
talent shows

1-4

Crafts

trapunto*
macrame
tie dying
jewelry making
face masks*
ceramics
toe-weaving**
hand puppets**
wood working
friendship bracelets
hanimals —

Jewish Activities

Trapeze, Tightrope, Juggling, Clowning, Trampoline
a Rocketry

*CAMP MAAS only.
**CAMP TAMARACK only.

Great Programs Never End
At Tamarack

Kayaking

kabbalat shabbat
oneg shabbat
chugim**
singing
simulations
Shabbat services
Jewish cooking**
havdalah

Equestrian
Program*

horseback riding
instruction*
trail rides*

Pioneer Skills

candle making
cider making
mop dolls*
bench making*
rope making*
farm animals
pioneer cooking*
belts*
slingshots*
jail-break*
Smoklerville*
buzz-saws*

Teen Trips

white water rafting
and canoeing
caving
rock climbing
sea kayaking
back country and
wilderness camping
white water
canoeing
waterskiing
bicycle touring
conservation
projects

Hot Teen Programs for '93
Agree Outpost Camp Kennedy
Counselor-In-Training Program

Grade 11-12
June 27 - August 20
Located at Camp Maas

A select group of Grade 11-12 teens will be chosen for a leadership training and recreation
program. Successful completion of the Cif program guarantees you a job as a Junior
Counselor at Tamarack Camps.

Sample Itinerary:

Week 1 - Sessions on developing your counselor skills, discipline, programming, working
with groups, storytelling, dealing with hard to handle children etc., plus use of all
camp facilities.

Experience the Canadian north woods'
beautiful forests, rushing rivers and
unblemished scenery. Rappelling, rock
climbing, canoeing and hiking trips,
rafting and kayaking are all part of the
Agree Experience.

Canadian Wilderness - Grade 9
June 20 July 18

-

Resident Agree - Grade 10
June 22 July 20

-

Ultimate Agree - Grade 11
June 27 July 25

-

The remote forests and stark beauty of
Michigan's Upper Peninsula will be at
your fingertips while living in former
Governor Green's hunting lodge which
overlooks the shores of Lake Nevins.
Explore Pictured Rocks National Lake
Shore, canoe trip through the Boundary
Waters of Minnesota and make lifelong
friendships.

Grade 10-11
June 20 - July 18
July 23 - August 20

Week 2 - Placement with a bunk or specialty.

Week 3 - Travel Trip - ie. Shaw Festival and Toronto

Week 4 - Hiking and canoeing trip.

Week 5 - Placement with a bunk or specialty.

Week 6 - Placement at Camp Tamarack at Brighton and/or Silverman.

Week 7 - Write, direct and produce a major play — Parents will be
invited to view.

Week 8 - Final week at camp, use of camp facilities, receive evaluations,
organize campwide program.

Call 661-0600 for Application

LAST CHANCE TO REGISTER
FOR EARLY BIRD RATES!

Call (313) 661-0600 for more information about camp
and for informational meetings in your area.

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