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January 19, 1996 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-19

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Jewish Community Center Camps
have the perfect summer
experience for your child.

Session I: June 24 — July 18
Session II July 22 — August 15

• SUMMER NURSERY CAMP

For 1/2 day Pre-school campers.

Travel And Trip
Camps

Travel and trip camps provide
similar activities, with one ex-
ception. Participants at trip
camps transport themselves to
sites by hiking, riding, canoeing
or other means. They usually
stay in group campsites in na-
tional or state parks or other out-
door surroundings, carrying tents
and sleeping bags with them on
their excursions.
At travel camps, groups are
transported by car or bus to geo-
graphic and topographic places
of interest.
Often these two types of camps
blend together. For example, a
group of travel campers may take
a bus from New York to the
Rocky Mountains, spending the
evenings in national parks along
the way. When they reach their
destination, they may set out for
a five-day hike through the back-
country into a primitive-type en-
vironment.
This article is reprinted with
permissior!, gl-e.he 1995/1.396
Guide to Accredited Camps.



Campers grouped by age enjoy sports, nature
hikes, canoeing, swimming and much more.

• CAMPER'S CHOICE

By choosing one morning and one afternoon
activity, campers are able to custom design
their own summer of fun

• SAFARI. & TEEN CARAVAN

Visit places of interest in the metro area and
experience a different adventure each day.

• CAMP OF THE ARTS

The camp for the young aspiring actor.

• PRO SPORTS

Each week professional athletes teach the
fundamentals of football, basketball, soccer,
baseball, karate, rollerblade hockey, or rock
climbing.

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Ontario, holds color wars the last
two days of camp. He says they
are good for kids' characters be-
cause color wars force them to be-
come a team player, cooperate,
do their best but know they will
still be loved.
"It encompasses a little of
everything that they learned
through other activities during
the summer," he says. 'There is
competition, an artistic element,
team and group bonding and a
song that leaves you sentimen-
tal about camp."
Tamakwa's color wars begin
late at night, with a very flam-
boyant presentation which may
include special effects, pyrotech-
nics, costumes and mystique, all
geared around themes such as
different ancient cities, Dr. Seuss,
or the suits in a deck of cards.
"The theme is just window
dressing for a culmination of
camp activities with a lot of spir-
it," Mr. Bale says.
Mr. Friedman acknowledges
that camp would go on without
color wars, but, he says, "it would
be taking something significant
away." ❑

• KINDERGARTEN — 5TH GRADE

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