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December 13, 2002 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-13

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Habonim Camp Tavor

Celebrating 48 years of creative
Jewish camping in a kibbutz
inspired atmosphere

zAdat Shalom Day Camp
29901 Middlebelt Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
(248) 851-5105
Preschoolers and the kindergarten-
bound set will enjoy a fun-packed
summer with Adat Shalom's warm,
experienced staff. Each week will
feature an exciting theme with spe-
cial visitors including puppeteers,
musicians, naturalists and profes-
sional storytellers. Outdoor adven-
tures will encompass sports,
Hebrew, games, crafts, cooking,
water-play and nature activities. Full
day campers will enjoy a free lunch
on Wednesday. Parent-toddler and
"Just for Me" classes are available
for our "mini" campers.

Camp Akiva
Akiva Hebrew Day School
21100 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Southfield, MI 48076
(248) 386-1625
Fax: (248) 386-1632
Looking for fun in a Jewish environ-
ment for your children ages 2V2
years and older? Join us at Camp
Akiva 2003, led by our experienced
preschool staff and housed in Akiva
Hebrew Day School's new early
childhood facility. Activities focus
on outdoor play and exploration
and include weekly themes, arts and
crafts, music and more.

Camp Walden
Since 1959
Cheboygan, MI
(248) 661-1890
31070 Applewood Lane
Farmington Hills, MI 48331
Summer means action! Time for
adventure and fun, even learning.
Walden gives kids the chance to do
it all, and they do! Sports, arts, the-
ater, camping, boating, science,
nature ... the choices will make you
dizzy! Camp is more than just a
vacation. Kids develop a sense of
who they are at Walden -- living
among peers, making friends, taking
chances. It's all part of learning
about life...with a little help from
nature. This is where slimmer hap-
pens! Call or write for additional
information, color brochure or

Summer Impressions Day Camp
4150 Middlebelt Rd.
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
(248) 661-3630
Summer Impressions, fully accredit-

ed by the American Camping
Association, is the ultimate specialty
outdoor day camp program for
campers 3 1 /2 through 10 years old.
Professional instructors involve
campers in all daily activities.
Outdoor facilities ... two in-ground
heated swimming pools, tennis and
basketball courts, state-of-the-art
playgrounds, a fitness course and
sports fields, rock climbing, an awe-
some bounce, etc. Creativity ... arts
and crafts, nature, science, comput-
ers and dramatics. Themes, special
visitors and events, field trips and
overnights are fun times!! Camp
runs from June 16-Aug 21 with flex-
ible scheduling options available.

Tamarack Camps
6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 380
Bloomfield Hilts, MI 48301
(248) 647-1100
Fax: (248) 647-1493
Enriching Jewish life for 100 years,
Tamarack Camps, a Jewish commu-
nity camp, offers excellence in sum-
mer camping programs that meet
the needs of every child. Enjoy
exciting resident camping at Camp
Maas for children ages 7-16.
Tamarack has the ultimate in teen
programming with Agree Outpost
camp in Wawa, Ontario, teen travel
trips to the western & eastern
United States and Alaska. Also
offering family camp programs at
the Grand Resort.

The Tavor experience
emphasizes Jewish values,
Israel, Tikun Olam and a
warm community spirit in
a fun, safe, Jewish
environment that is not
duplicated anywhere...

This summer, join other committed and enthusiastic
campers who think of Tavor as their summer home!
For more information and the name of your local registrar

phone 1-800-55-TAVOR

For more information call:

Shoshana Becker, Shalicha at 248-355-4939
or Ron Sussman, Registrar 734-971-1147




The Max and Beatrice Wolfe Campus

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Outstanding waterfront program, athletics, mature trained staff,
Kosher, cultural activities, Hebrew language milieu, drama, music,
arts & crafts, ceramics & photography
2 one-month sessions: June 25-July 20, 2003;
July 22-August 18, 2003 or Full season': June 25-August 18, 2003

We have increased our capacity to meet the growing demand, and
there is limited space available in the following age groups:



Current Grades 3, 4, 6, 7
8 & 10 (full season only)

Current Grades 4, 5, 6
8 & 9 (full season only)

Staff positions available include:

WestCoast Connection
154 East Boston Post Rd.
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
WestCoast Connection offers three
distinct programs for teen-agers:
• Active Teens Tours — travel with
exciting daytime activities & great

• Outdoor Adventures — camping
programs with greater physical chal-
• Sports Instruction & Touring
Golf & Tennis at Mont Tremblant
and Park City Resorts.
Skiing & Snowboarding at
Mount Hood &
For teens 13-17 grouped compatibly
by age (with separate tours for ages
Programs visit the western United
States and Canada, Australia, and

Counselors, Waterfront specialists, Trippers,
Judaica teachers, Dance specialists, Rock climbing specialists

Ramah Family Camp, Wednesday, August 20-Sunday, August 24, 2003:

where parents and children share the Ramah experience:

For more information on all camp programs contact:
Camp Ramah in Canada, 491 Lawrence Ave W. Suite 400
Toronto, ON M5M IC7 • 416.789.2193 FAX: 416 ■ 789•3970
Email: info@campramah.com




Ramah- The Camping Arm of Conservative Judaism


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summer happens!


Cheboygan, MI • Since 1959

(248) 661-1890



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