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January 13, 1995 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-13

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TEEN TRAVEL PROGRAMS

TEIVTATIOE 1711YERARY DATES

EXPERIENCES OF A LIFETIME

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July 1-3

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Experience Israel the Tamarack Way. Each teenager will hike, camp out and travel July 4
throughout Israel backpacking and discovering the beauty of its land. We will visit the nature July 5
July 6
reserves, hike through an oasis in the Negev, snorkel on Elat's Coral Beach, climb Massada,
swim in the sea and much more.
July 7

Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Yad Vashem, Kotel, Tzfat, Tiberias and Jaffa are only a few of
the major areas our teens will travel to. They will learn and experience Israel like no other
travel trip. Their knowledge and understanding of Israel's history, its land, and current issues
will come alive on this trip.

A special part of this trip is a one week experience volunteering in the Galilee (Detroit's
sister region) working with Israeli youth on a variety of different projects.

The beginning of the trip starts at Camp Maas for a 4 day orientation which will bring
all the teens together and get them ready for this exceptional experience. After everyone
gets home there will be a debriefing session for teens and parents.

This is a "Once in a lifetime experience" and will help to strengthen each teen's
Jewish identity.

July 8
July 9-12
July 13
July 14
July 15
July 16
July 17
July 18
July 19-26
July 27-Aug 2
Aug 3
August 4
August 5
August 6
August 7
August 8
August 9
August 10
August 11
August 12
August 13
August 14

August 15
August 16

Arrive at Camp Maas; Experience Shabbat;
Learn about Israel and set goals for the trip
Trip bonding through our R.O.P.E.S. course
Return home, pack,say goodbye to family & friends
Israel - YOU MADE IT Observe Jerusalem at night
Tower of David; Visit the Kotel (Western Wall)
Tour the Jewish Quarter
Prepare for Shabbat
Machane Yehudah - Jerusalem's outdoor market
Experience a traditional Shabbat in Jerusalem
Hike and camp through Israel's Nature Reserves
Visit the Ben Gurion Center
Elat Coral Beach
Shabbat at the Sea
Climb Mt. Tzfahot; Visit a Bedouin Village
Massada; Dead Sea
Tel Aviv; Carmel Market
Volunteer work in the Galilee Region
Hike from the Mediterranean to the Kineret
Tzfat - Artist Colony; Misgav AM - Northern Kibbutz
Hermon Mountain; Kazrin - Golan Heights
Boat Cruise -Tiberias
Hike through the Grottoes; Visit a Druze Village
Jaffa
Diaspora Museum; Red Sea
Mahon Ayalon Museum
Yad Vashem
Tree Planting; Mt. Herzl
Shabbat
Kotel, wrap-up, prepare to depart
Depart for home - End of the experience of a lifetime;
the beginning of a stronger Jewish identity.
Go home and sleep
Dinner for teens and parents at Camp Maas

CAMP KENNEDY

WESTERN TRIP

A serene lodge in the Northern U.P., with great
canoeing in MN and hiking in the Porcupine Moun-
tains.
For entering 10th and 11th graders
1st session: June 19-July 17
2nd session: July 22-August 19

Travel to the mountains of CO, WY, and UT,
and enjoy rafting, hiking, and mountain bik-
ing.
For entering 10th and 11th graders
1st session: June 26-July 29
2nd session: July 3-Aug 5
3rd session: July 10-Aug 12

AGREE OUTPOST

ALASKAN ADVENTURE

Seek adventure in the North Woods with hiking,
canoeing and kayaking trips to Ontario's
majestic waterfalls and shores.
Ultimate (entering 11th): June 20-July 18
Resident (entering 10th): June 20-July 18
Wilderness (entering 9th): July 22-Aug 19

WAY OUT WEST

The last frontier calls as you sea kayak and
hike through southeast Alaska, often with
wildlife for companions.
For entering 11th and 12th graders
1st session: June 27-Aug 11
2nd session: July 4-August 18

Visit Taos, New Mexico; see the majesty of Yosemite; Experience the power of the giant Sequoias; Enjoy
Hollywood, Disneyland, and the San Diego Zoo; Learn from a trip to the Weisenthal Holocaust Center.

For entering 10th and 11th graders

FOR MORE INFORMATION,
CONTACT HARVEY FINKELBERG AT (810) 661-0600

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