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* Swimming
* Field Sports
* Jr. Tennis
* Arts & Crafts
* Nature Studies
* Creative Dramatics
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* Counselor-In-Training
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NURSERY AND DAY SCHOOLS

5760 Drake Road
32500 West Thirteen Mile
(between Walnut Lake & Maple Roads) (between Orchard Lake & Farmington Roads)
West Bloomfield 48322
Farmington Hills 48334

SIGN-UP NOW...661-3630

Full or half day programs
begin June 20th (extended hours at no additional cost).

joint experience during the
same time period. An exclusive
girls' camp for ages 8-12 is also
run. Aug 2-26, boys 6-12 may
attend. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4
p.m.
Director Chaya Devorah
Bergstein said the camp, which
translated means "our garden,"
aims for a mixture of physical
and spiritual activities. Morn-
ings begin with tefilot, but reg-
ular camping experiences like
field trips and arts and crafts
are blended into the day. Last
year, former Pistons players
came to the camp to run a one-
day basketball clinic.
"We use the camp as an op-
portunity to root children in
their heritage and culture, to
show we carry our Jewishness
with us everywhere, through-
out the year," Ms. Bergstein
said.
Other camp options include:
Temple Beth El — parent-tot
program for children 18 months
to 36 months and All By Myself
for ages 36 months to 3 years.
Hours are 9:30 a.m. - 11 a.m.
and will begin sometime in ear-
ly June for six weeks.
Shaarey Zedek runs an eight-
week camp at both its West
Bloomfield and Southfield lo-
cations. Parent-toddler camp
for ages 15-30 months is offered
on Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 9:30 - 10:45 a.m., 2-year-
olds attend unassisted on the
same days from 9:30 a.m. -
noon. Three and 4-year-olds
camp three or five days a week
for a full or half day. Half day
lasts from 9:30 a.m. - noon, full
day until 2:30 p.m. A special of-
fering is available for children
age eligible for kindergarten,
five days a week consisting of
mainly field trips. Sessions be-
gin June 20 and end Aug. 12.
Temple Israel camp begins
June 20 and ends July 29. Half
and full day programs are avail-
able from 9:30 a.m. - noon and
9:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. three days
a week. Parent-toddler pro-
grams run from 10 - 11:30 a.m.
for children 18-36 months.
Movin' On Up, a transition ex-
perience for 2 and a half year
olds runs twice a week at the
same time. U

Tikvah Program
At Ramah

Adolescents between the
ages of 13 and 17, who are
disabled learners, can
receive a unique living
and learning experience
based on Jewish values,
through the Tikvah
Program at Camp Ramah
in Wisconsin.
Now preparing for its
21st summer season, the
Tikvah Program at
Ramah stresses individu-

alized planning tailored to
meet the needs of each
child and encourages
mainstreaming into regu-
lar camp activities when-
ever possible. Tikvah
youngsters participate in
sports, arts and crafts,
drama, dance, and reli-
gious training.
The Tikvah Program
allows teen-agers to
actively participate in
camp experience which
emphasizes learning and
develops an understand-
ing of their Jewish her-
itage.
For information or
application, contact
Tikvah at Camp Ramah in
Wisconsin, 65 E. Wacker
Pl. Suite 820, Chicago, Il.
60601, or phone (312) 606-
9316.

Camp Fair
In Bloomfield

The Merrill-Palmer Institute,
Wayne State University, the
Observer & Eccentric Newspa-
pers and Metro-Parent Maga-
zine will host the fifth annual
"Super Summer for Kids: A
Camp and Activities Fair" on
Sunday, February 27 at the
Bloomfield Hills Middle School
on Quarton Rd. in Bloomfield
Hills. The fair will begin at
11:00 a.m. and end at 3:30 p.m.
This camp fair will showcase
more than 60 national and
Canadian programs. Partici-
pating programs will include
sports camps, biking camps,
wilderness adventures, day
camps, academic enrichment
programs and student employ-
ment opportunities. Parents
and campers will ahve the op-
portunity to meet with repre-
sentatives from each program
to ask questions and receive in-
formation.
Programs will be targeted for
all ages. Some of the familiar
programs include: Actors Al-
liance, Camp Arowhon, Bever-
ly Hills Racquet and Sports
Club, Bloomfield Maples
Montessori, Cranbrook, Detroit
Country Day Camps, Echo
Park, Jewish Community Cen-
ter Camps, Kidsports/Franklin,
Roeper, Camp Sea-Gull, Tama-
rack Camps, Camp Tanuga,
Upland Hills Farm Camp,
Camp Walden, Willoway and
Summer Impressions.
Many programs will be tar-
geted for teens.
The event is free and open to
every family throughout the
metropolitan Detroit area.
Everyone attending the fair will
receive a free references direc-
tory with a complete description
of each program. For further
information contact Sandy
Schwartz at Merrill-Palmer In-
stitute, 872-1790.

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