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January 14, 1994 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-14

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Sha ► rey ZeAek
'Beth 444yelect
Miosery School

SUMMER CAMP

For ages 2-6

Available at both locations for 8 weeks
Smithfield and 13/nai Israel/Applebawsi Center, W. BlooKifield

nine 20-At4g4st 12

Attention: Children of Kindergarten Age

We hcsve ci Special Progrcoi for Yot4 ... With Weekly Field Trips

• Weekly TheKies

• Parent-Toddler, 15-30 mos.

• Mattire & Craft Activities

• Terrific Twos

• Muisic & Dance Specialists

• 44al1 & Fwll Day Prograwis

----ExtendeA .140uirs: 7:30 4.1+1. to 5:30 pi/I. --
For inforwiation call Rena Weintrawb at 810-357-5544

or )anet Pont at 810 -681 -4235.

In the Algonquin Park wilderness boys and girls

Kayaking • Tennis

nurtured and challenged.

DETROIT INFORMATION SESSION:

Birmingham Community House

245 SUMMIT DRIVE
WATERFORD TWP., MI
810-738-0016
105 E. 13 MILE RD.
MADISON HEIGHTS, MI
810-585-7942

380 South Bates Street in Birmingham

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Winter: 72 Lyndhurst Ave. Toronto, Ontario M5R 2Z7 Tel (41

Elpfanc 1 gliffs Farm Day Camp

For Boys & Girts Ages 5-12
dune 27 Aup.19

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• Hiking
•Canoeing
• Gardening

• Arts & Crafts
• Horseback Riding

Bus Transportation available!

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Open House!

On the afternoon
of Sunday, May 22nd
1 4 p.m.

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Telephone: (810) 628 1611

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Please bring this
invitation with you.

481 Lake George Road
Oxford, Michigan

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Jewish Community
Center

Leaps & Bounds

Sunday January 23, 1994 at 3:00 PM

• Swimming
• Farm Chores

Tavor, one of the five
Habonim Camps in North
America, offers a unique
camping experience in a
Kibbutz atmosphere. Lo-
cated on 68 scenic acres
in Southwestern Michigan
— Habonim 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 jus-
tice, Zionism in Israel. Call
Ron Sussman for more
information or a presen-
tation in your home, (313)
971-1147.

For a summer of fun
and unforgettable mem-
ories make your plans
now. The Center offers
flexible, exciting new pro-
grams at the Maple-
Drake campus and
Jimmy Prentis Morris build-
ing. Transportation is
included for full-time
Maple-Drake campers to
and from camp.

of skills and "the best waterfront program in North America."

Canoeing • Riding

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

SUMMER CAMP
6600 WEST MAPLE
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322
661-1007

Since 1934 Arowhon has been known for intense teaching

aged 7-16 are simultaneously

Habonim Camp
Tavor

Advertising in The Jewish News Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today. Call 354-6060

A special kind of play ...
in the most exciting
indoor playcenter! Maz-
es, tubes, slides, pools of
balls to go through and
explore. Designed for
children ages one to 12
and their parents and/or
grandparents. Ask about
out fabulous birthday
party packages. Private
party rooms available. At
Leaps & Bounds, we
encourage imaginative
fun and adventure.

Camp Maplehurst

1455 QUARTON ROAD
BIRMINGHAM,MI 48009
(810) 647-2646

Maplehurst, located in
Kewadin in northern
Michigan, offers 2, 3, 5
and 8 week sessions for
boys and girls ages 7-17.

Situated on a 400 acre
campsite with an 80 acre
spring-fed private lake
and on Torch Lake, the
camp offers swim instruc-
tion, sailing, tennis, water-
skiing , SCUBA diving,
horseback riding, arts
and crafts, riflery, go-
carts, drama and wilder-
ness trips.
Founded in 1955. Call
647-2646 for a brochure,
video or more informa-
tion.

Michigan/Israel
Connection

6735 TELEGRAPH RD.
BLOOMFIELD TWP 48301
(313) 645-7878

Participants in Project
Otzma, volunteer service
program, spend 10 excit-
ing months working side
by side with Israelis, study-
ing Hebrew, working with
children from around the
world, helping to resettle
new immigrants, harvest-
ing crops on a new kib-
b.utz or moshav in the
Arava and working in
Detroit's project Renewal
neighborhood in Yavne.
Afterward, they fulfill a
commitment of service to
the Detroit Jewish corn-
munity.

Moosejaw
Mountaineering

3405 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD
KEEGO HARBOR, MI 48320
(810) 738-5291

"Let's Take It Outside!"
Moosejaw Mountain-
eering, located in Keego
Harbor, offers the highest
quality camping equip-
ment and clothing. Great
for the most experienced
camper or for somebody
who just loves the out-
doors. We also carry
everything you need for
summer camp. Among
the high quality items we
carry are Fleece and
Gortex jackets, rain gear,
hiking boots, backpacks,
sleeping bags, tents and
much, much more.

Olin-Sang-Ruby
Union Institute
100 W. MONROE ST. SUITE 312,

CHICAGO, IL 60603

(313) 782-1477

Experience the summer
of a lifetime at Olin-Sang-
Ruby Union Institute in
Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
- the premier Jewish
camping program for
grades 3-12. Sports,

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