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January 21, 1994 - Image 72

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-21

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CAMP LISTINGS page 71

IN ALGONQUIN PARK

A Camping Tradition Since 1936

Boys & Girls ages 7-16
4 or 8 Weeks (plus 2 wk. Junior Program)

Swimming — Windsurfing — Sailing — Kayaking
Drama — Crafts — Pottery — Photography
Canoe Trips — Day Outings — All Landsports
Creative Programs — Ropes Task Course

Planned for 1994 — ROLLERBLADE/HOCKEy RINK and
MOUNTAIN BIKING

Olin-Sang-Ruby
Union Institute

100 W. MONROE ST. SUITE 312,
CHICAGO, IL 60603
(313) 782-1477

contact CAMP TAMAKWA

I 760 S. Telegraph
Suite 300
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48302
(313) 335-6400

FEES PAYABLE IN CANADIAN FUNDS
Currently a 34% exchange rate

TAMAKWA — accredited member of the Canadian Camping Association

WALDENCAMP FOR BOYS AND GIRLS

5607 South River Road • Cheboygan, Michigan 49721

Walden is a distinctive co-ed camp for youngsters, set on the quiet shores of Long
Lake in beautiful Northern Michigan. Its picturesque setting, extensive program,
excellent facilities and professional staff offer boys and girls the perfect
combination of summer and adventure!

Accents on Riding, Sailing, Kayaking, Waterskiing, Windsurfing, Theater, Tennis,
Soccer, Gymnastics, Photography, Fine Arts and Crafts, Computers, Wilderness
Camping, Canoeing, and Mountain Bike Trips. Two, four and eight week sessions.

For additional information, color brochure or video, call or write:

Est. 1959

31070 Applewood Lane

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Farmington Hills, MI 48331
(810) 661-1890

Upland Hills Farm Day Camp

F or Boys & Girts Ages 5-12
_June 27 - A . 19

• Swimming
• Farm Chores

• Hiking
• Canoeing
• Gardening

• Arts & Crafts
• Horseback Riding

Bus Transportation available!

Open House!

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

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P le ase bring this
invitation with you.

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Telephone: (810) 628-1611

481 Lake George Road
Oxford, Miciigan

Next time you feed your face, think about your heart.

Go easy on your heart and start cutting back on foods that are high in saturated
fat and cholesterol. The change'II do you good.



now in its TENTH YEAR.
Ages 10-17.Join a group
of lively, heimishe girls
from the U.S. and all over
the world for 6 weeks of
touring-camping all
around Israel in a Torah-
true way. Forge life-long
friendships. Hebrew
Ulpan.

American Heart Association

WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE

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, horse-
back riding, boating,
swimming, photography,
dance, arts, archery,
share your day with
Jewish learning, and
much more. Specialty
units for those interested
in adventure, arts, or
Hebrew. Call Deanne
Dunn - 312/782-1477 x 12.

Ruach Day Camp

27700 SOUTHFIELD ROAD
LATHRUP VILLAGE, MI 48076
552-9690 OR 968-1490

Last summer over sev-
enty children enjoyed a
fun-filled summer at
Ruach. This year we are
planning another great
summer filled with trips
and other exciting
events. We would like to
welcome Rabbi Gold-
stein who will be our
Learning Director. To reg-
ister please call Rabbi
Akevy Greenblatt, Camp
Director, at 552-9690 or at
home 968-1490.

Summer
Impressions
Day Camp 1st
Impressions
Nursery & Day
Schools

4150 MIDDLEBELT/5760 DRAKE
WEST BLOOMFIELD
32500 THIRTEEN MILE
FARMINGTON HILLS
661-3630

The ultimate specialty
day camp for children
through 9 years old.
Includes summer activi-
ties with a heavy empha-
sis 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
professional instructors.
Counselor in training
(C.I.T.) program for 11-13
year olds.
Further activities in-
clude picknicking, nature
studies, arts & crafts,
theme weeks and
weekly field trips with spe-
cial events and visitors.
Optional transportation.
Full and 1/2 day pro-
grams.

Surplus City Co.

3144 W. 12 MILE RD.
BERKLEY, MI
(810) 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 helpfu and
knowledgeable staff has
many years of camping
experience 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

IN ALGONQUIN PARK
1760 S. TELEGRAPH SUITE 300
BLOOMFIELD HILLS, MI 48302
313-335-6400

CAMP TAMAKWA...In
Algonquin Park. A
Camping Tradition Since
1936. Boys & Girls ages 7-
16. 4 or 8 Weeks (plus 2
wk. Junior Program).
Swimming - Windsurfing
- Sailing - Kayaking -
Drama - Crafts - Pottery -
Photography - Canoe
Trips - Day Outings - All
Landsports - Creative
Programs - Ropes Task
course Planned For 1994 -
Rollerblade/Hockey Rink
and Mountain Biking.
TAMAKWA is an accredit-
ed member of the
Canadian Camping As-
sociation.

Tamarack Camps
(Fresh Air Society)

6600 WEST MAPLE RD.
WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI 48322
(810) 661-0600

At Tamarack Camps, a
highly trained and caring
staff ensure personalized
attention to each

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