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January 19, 1996 - Image 66

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-01-19

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MakingA Day

T

he children needed

passports to get to

Israel so they made

them. In this par-

ticular case, the passports

worked fine. After all, this was

only an im aginary tit) to Jkrael.

Last summer,
niMer, panic

in

the Jewish Community Center's

day camp tooka fictitious trip

to the Middle East. As is com-

mon at most camps — day or

overnight — campers general-

ly partake in at least one theme

day a session. While Israel is

popular at most Jewish camps,

PHOTOS BY BILL HANSEN

almost anything, from a circus

day to color wars, goes for a

camp theme day.

Once the JCC campers ar-

rived in "Israel," they ate the

country's official food — falafel

-- went for a dip in the Dead

Sea (the Maple-Drake building

outdoor pool) and experienced

Israeli music and crafts. ❑

Top:
Lauren Davies and Erin Arya "in Israel."

Left:
Julie Moss takes a dip in the "Dead Sea."

Above:
The JCC pool or a day in Eilat?

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