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August 27, 1993 - Image 55

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-08-27

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Campfest at Camp Tamarack
at Brighton

Sunday August 29, 1993 3 p.m. - 7 p.m.

(In case of rain, Sunday September 12)

Celebrating 67 Years of Excellence

Fresh Air Camp 1927-1962 / Camp Tamarack at Brighton 1963-1993

Past Campers, Staff and the Entire Community are Invited
Lots of Great Activities for the Whole Family!

OBarbecue Dinner
o Roving Song Leaders
ONature Demonstration

(Living Science Foundation)

OFace Painting
o Clowns and Balloons
o Marshmallow Roast

Event Schedule

Classic Camp Tamarack T-shirts
(sold for the last time)
Don't miss this last chance to see old friends
and say farewell to a grand old campsite.

3:00 Activity Period

-

5:00 - Barbecue Dinner
6:00 - Flag Lowering
Ceremony
7:00 - Lights Out

DIRECTIONS TO CAMP TAMARACK:
Take 1-696 WEST to 1-96. Follow 1-96 west for about 23
miles. Take the US-23 NORTH exit and follow US-23 north
for 8 miles. Take the M-59 exit (marked PONTIAC-
HARTLAND). Follow M-59 west (left from exit
ramp) for a very short distance, until you

come to a traffic light. This is Old US-23,
which is parallel to the new US-23 expressway.
Turn left on Old US-23 (which is almost
like a service drive on the expressway) and
go about 2 miles. Then. turn right (west)
onto the Camp road.

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