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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-02-16

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Jewish Community Center

JPM 810-967-4030
15110 W. 10 Mile Rd., Oak Park 48237

Maple/Drake 810-661-1000
6600 W. Maple, West Bloomfield 48322

Treat Your Child To A Summer
Of Unforgettable Memories!

Session I: June 24-July 18 • Session II: July 22-August 15
Comp Hours: 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Sunday, March 31
1-3 p.m.

Sunday, March 24
1 - 3 p.m.

Summer Tennis Camp (Ages 6-14)

Maple/Drake Full Day Program.

This program will consist of United States Pro-
fessional Tennis Association certified instruc-
tion. Tennis Camp will be open to all levels from
beginners to advanced players. Participants will
be involved in drills, instruction, match play, or-
ganized competitions, and other exciting tennis

The ICC Summer Camp's careful
programming is designed to help
\, campers learn about themselves,
/ discover hidden talents and make
new friends through participation
in a variety of activities.

Your children will love expressing
their creativity through ceramics,
painting and drama. They will have the opportunity to learn and mas-
• ter the art of tennis, enjoy swimming, participate in a wide selection
of sports activities and, of course, make many new friends.

We offer a variety of programs, two great facilities, and a terrific staff
dedicated to ensuring a great camp experience.

Summer Nursery Camp (Pre-School)

ICC Pro Sports Camp June 15 - August 16 (Ages 6-14)

7CC Pro Sports Camp caters to children who are interested in learning spe-
cific sports, working on their skills and having fun. This camp is recommend-
ed for children who are interested in a sport, but haven't played, or for a novice,
intermediate or varsity sports team player who's looking to improve. All campers
will receive quality instruction by sports professionals. Must be paid in full
when registering.

•Non-Contact Football
•Basketball Unlimited
•Fred Goldberg/Carl Childress Base-
•Detroit Rockers
Roller Blade Hockey Camp
•Rock Climbing

Maple/Drake and IPM 'Half-day Program

This camp is planned around weekly themes. Children will enjoy swimming, arts and
crafts, recreation, games, stories, and nature. One highlight is a trip to a local attrac-
tion like the petting zoo. Our staff are all experienced teachers from the JCC Child
Development Center, providing children with the highest quality care. Children must
• be 2 1/2 years old and toilet trained to participate.

Kinder arten - Fifth Grade


Check, out Summer
Camp Open House!

Ice and IPM Pull as Program

Camp of the Art= June 24 - August 1 (Ages 7-17)


Campers, grouped by age, will enjoy playing sports, going on nature hikes, canoeing,
swimming, arts and crafts, drama, music and learning about Israeli culture. Second
through fifth graders will also have an opportunity to spend the day at Camp Maas.
Three day campers in kindergarten and first grade may choose to attend camp Mon-
day, Wednesday and Friday only.

This six week program is designed for the young aspiring actor and offers intensive
training to increase appreciation and understanding of the inter-workings of the the-
atre. Campers will focus on the expressive use of voice and body, stage orientation and
usage, building and refining characters, performing, and hints on working with a di-
rector. (Directed by Nancy Gurwin).

Camper's Choice (Fourth - Ninth Grade)

Safari MI - Sixth Grade)
Teen Caravan (Seventh - Ninth Grade) Departs from Maple/Drake

Maple✓Drake Facility

By choosing one morning and one afternoon
activity per session, campers are able to cus-
tom design their own summer of fun. Choic-
es include: computers, photograpy, performing
arts, sports, tennis, jewelry, fine arts and
dance. All groups are co-ed with advanced
skills taught second session. Campers will
be treated to a field trip to the Wave Pool.
Swimming is also available.

Campers will visit places of interest in the metro Detroit area, experiencing a different c ( f,
adventure each day. Our "travelers" may go roller blading, horseback riding, bowling, -T-
or swimming at the Wave Pool. The Safari program includes an extended day at Cedar (c;
Point and a Tiger Baseball game. Teen Caravan campers will enjoy a three day trip
to Kings Island, Toronto, or Mackinaw Island.


For more information on any of these exciting camps,
or to receive an application, please call the Day Camp Office
at (810) 661-7605 or the JPM building at (810) 967-4030.





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