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December 20, 2002 - Image 83

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-20

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Whith X( MOM CAMP
IS RIGhT FOR YOU?

"Grins" are "In" at

APAT SHALOM DAY CAMP

1) My favorite thing to do in the summer is:

a)
b)
c)
d)

Go swimming and hang with my friends.
Play sports outside.
Learn new skills and create cool projects.
Go to new and exciting places.

2) This best describes me:

3) My favorite thing to do in school is

a) Social
b) Athletic
c) Creative
d) Adventurous

a) Recess
b) Gym
c) Science and/or arts and crafts
d) Go on a field trip

Session 1: June 16 - July 11
Session II: July 14 - August 1

Adat Shalom's warm, experienced staff

hOW TO SORE:

Mostly A's: You are very friendly and love to have a good time. Our four-week
traditional camp on the JCC's 250-acre campus in West Bloomfield is perfect for you.
Swim, play sports, do arts and crafts, sing, go outside, fish and more in this all-
encompassing camp.

Mostly Ws: You're great at sports and have a healthy competitive nature. Choose from
our one-week Maccabi Pro-Sports Camps, ranging from baseball to basketball to
fencing to rock climbing. With 15 camps to choose from, we know you'll have a blast.

Mostly C's: You have an amazing imagination and love to invent new things. Our one-
week imagitivity camps will let you explc,,re the topic of your choice, including science,
arts and crafts and performing arts.

Mostly D's: You are very energetic and love to see new places. Four-week travel
camps will take you to new and exciting destinations as well as old favorites.

A little bit of everything: You are curious by nature and hate to miss out on anything.
You love ordering the sampler platter when you go out to eat. Customize your summer
by mixing and matching camps to your heart's delight.

(2101)A132-5578
WWW.JUDET.ORG

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2 YEARS — KINDERGARTEN BOUND

ACCREDtTED
CAMP

American CarThWelg lissatistion

2 Morning Program
5 Morning programs with Supervised Lunch
5 Full-day Programs with complimentary lunches on Wednesday
Weekly Themes • Water May with Wading Fools
Nature • Crafts & Cooking • Outdoor Adventures

"Special Visitors": puppeteers,
musicians, naturalists and story tellers

Full-day campers will be treated every afternoon to
specialists in music, sports, Hebrew or science
who will provide a variety of challenging activities

Also: Parent-Toddler and 'just For Me"

For applications,
e call Eileen Weiner, Camp Director
245-851-5105

678690

Campfires! Friends! Judaics!

KNAll "

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Serving fun in heaping spoonfuls since 1976.
'1644%,.team

Only 90 minutes north of Chicago in Mukwonago,Wisconsin

- 4 week & 8 week sessions

- Session I June 15 July I I

- Coed, overnight camp

- Session 2 July 13-August 8

- Ages 7-17

-Activities include waterskiing,

- Beautiful lakefront setting

sailing, climbing, basketball,

- Jewish environment

baseball, tennis, golf, ga-ga, fine

- Family atmosphere

arts, performing arts, and

much more!

For a CD-Rom, brochure, and application call or visit:

800-803-CAMP www.bebercamp.com

Habonim Camp Tavor

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

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:

Shosliana Becker, Slialiclia at 248-355-4939

or Ron Sussman, Registrar 734-971-1147

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW....E.VERY WEEK!

12/20

2002

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