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January 21, 1994 - Image 74

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-01-21

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CAMP LISTINGS page 73

CAMP - IT'S NOT JUST IN THE SUMMER
ANYMORE!!

FOR CAMPERS ENTERING 2ND-8TH GRADE,
WE PRESENT:

1PlarKINTIEIMMEIL

OVERNIGHT PROGRAM FEB 14 (10 AM)
TO FEB15 (4PM)
• Roundtrip transportation from the
West Bloomfield JCC
• 1 Breakfast, 2 Lunches, and 1 Dinner
•A full schedule of activities, including:

CriCALIILISSOIC

DAY PROGRAM ON FEB 17 FROM 9 AM
TO 4 PM
•Roundtrip transportation from the
West BloomfieldJCC
•Lunch
•A full schedule of activities, including:

•Toboganning ', Floor Hockey •X-Country Skiing •Nature •Singing 'Arts & Crafts
And much, much more!!

For more information, contact Judi at 661-0600

%IMO WAY

Day Camp, Inc

Best SummerEverly

camaraderie of summer
camp. The addition of
special programs and
participation fosters per-
sonal growth, group spirit,
and cherished friendships
guaranteed to last long
after summer's end.
In addition, we have a
separate program called
ON TOUR to meet the dif-
ferent travel needs of col-
lege aged students (17-
22 years of age.)
We look forward to pro-
viding students with excit-
ing, rewarding and suc-
cessful summer experi-
ences.

Willoway Day
Camp

P.O. BOX 250933
W. BLOOMFIELD, MI 48325
(810) 932-2123

Willoway, ACA accred-
ited, has provided non-
competitive programs for
the past 25 years,
encompassing 20 acres
of lake, pond, pool,
woods, animal farm,
nature trails, tennis courts.
Activities include instruc-
tional swim, archery,
pony riding, fending, sail-
ing, water-skiing, drama,
arts and crafts, paddle
and row boating, fishing
and athletics. Transporta-
tion is included within
Willoway's pick-up area
for sessions of 3, 6 or 9
weeks. Lorraine and Arnie
Fisher, (810) 932-2123.

BBYO Offers
Summer Study

B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion, as part of its Israel Sum-
mer Institute (154 is offering

competitive rates

exemption from state
& local income taxes

complete safety

L convenient
purchase

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POND AND LAKE • ARTS AND CRAFTS • DANCE
ATHLETICS • GYMNASTICS • PHOTOGRAPHY
NATURE PROGRAM • ANIMAL FARM • GO-KART
TENNIS • SWIMMING • FISHING • BOATING
SAILING • WATER SKIING • TUBING • COMPUTERS

CALL LORRAINE & ARNIE (313) 932-2123

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Gets Results
Place Your Ad Today.
Call 354-6060

many 26-day and 36-day pro-
grams in Israel and overseas for
the summer of '94.
Three outdoor adventure pro-
grams are available. Two pro-
grams called "Outdoor Ad-
venture" include an overnight
camelback trip, special hikes,
mountain climbing and biking,
kyaking and an agricultural
community service project. A
third program, "Outdoor Ex-
plorer," provides an opportuni-
ty to camp, bike and hike in Is-
rael.
A new study tour called
"Washington to Jerusalem" ex-
plores the political climate of
American/Arab/Israeli relations
by meeting with government of-
ficials in Washington and
Jerusalem.
BBYO will be offering the In-
ternational Leadership Study
Institute (ILSI) program in
Israel. 0

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