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January 12, 1996 - Image 88

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-12

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Summer of 1996
Exceeding Expectations Through Excellence

Goals of Tamarack

• To maintain excellence
• To exceed expectations
• Leave nothing to chance
• Meet the children's individual needs

P

New and Improved.
Programs for 1996

• Golf for Senior Side

• New Specialty Bathrooms
• The Blob is Back

Camp Maas

• Gymnastics Expanded
4,- Shaw, White Water Rafting,

Rock Climbing for Our Eighth Graders

Choose from 2, 3, 4, 6, or 8 weeks

2nd-9th Graders
(some sessions filled with waiting lists) -

Typical Day at Camp Maas

7:30 a.m.

Rise and Shine

8:30 a.m.

Breakfast

10:00 - 12:45

Activity Time: Kayaking, Waterskiing, Red Cross swim
lessons, Drama, a hockey game or tennis match,
individual Prime Time or select your own "Choice."

Children With Special Needs

Silverman Village

1:00 p.m.

Lunch and Singing

An emotionally supportive unit for children who are in special education
classes due to behavior difficulties.

1:45 - 2:30

Menucha (rest hour) — Mail time, letter writing,
hanging out with your bunkmates.

Horizons Program

2:45 - 5:30

Activity Time: General Swim, learning about the
environment at Teva, partake in the old west at
Pioneer Skills, throw a pot at ceramics, be the DJ at
the radio station or horseback ride through the trails.

For children with special needs who can be integrated into the regular camp
program where extra support staff are provided.

6:30 Dinner Fridays are extra special as we welcome the Shabbat
with homemade challah, a traditional Shabbat meal
and songfest.

7:15 Schrnooze Visit with your brothers and sisters, challenge your
counselor to a basketball game or finish a project in
Arts & Crafts.

8:15 p.m.

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Evening Programs: Hawaiian Luau, Overnights,
"Coming to America" and "Exodus," Foxfire Carnival.

9:15 p.m.

Lights out for Junior Side

10:00 p.m.

Lights out kir Senior Side

Winter Break & Spring Classic

February 12-13 & 15
April 8-9 & 11

A great introduction to camp, or a terrific way to keep camp memories all
year 'round.

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