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January 10, 2003 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-10

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nformational
meetings:

West Bloomfield Parks 6 Recreation Building

Wednesday, January 15, 730pm
Thursday, January 23, 730pm

Dear

Berkley Community Center

Parents,

Tuesday, January 14, 7:00pm
Tuesday, January 21, 7:00pm

Over the
last fifteen
I want

to thank all those people
their support.
years, for
thousands
(Parents have entrusted
It is with that commitment and dedication

Midwest. Wooden Acres Reside.ntial Carnp and Adventure
that
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camping
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opening
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enriching your children's lives
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ratio,
by
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camp
outstanding
do everything
for the staff all at an afford b p c I el
Our facility boasts and every will
Acres or our Adventure Teen liavel Programs.
to
over /500 child who attends Wooden
summer of 2003 'We are
acres
courts.
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s with o
bathrooms
waterslides fu.n pools, championship
golf
of
land
c ram d t
water
ensure
that
your
child
has
the
best
summer
of his/her life.
arts & crafts, ceramics, sports fans,
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that
encompasses
a
poof
we
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We have
will have
video,
course,
camps for
kayaking,
three la.kes dining halls and
those organized our prograrrls to
offer.
windsurfing,
wanting a
photography,
dance,
drama,
nature
and
tripping.
meet
kitchen
canoeing,
remainde
taste of camp. For the needs
horseback riding stables, sport and athletic fields, tennis and basketball
r
Teens
entering
8th
and
9th
grades
can
experience
of
all
of
our
cabins with showers and
those
For of their summer at camp specializing in their
with a bigger
sailing and water-skiing! For our land lovers,
a
Alaska, the
camper families. We are
ppetite,
a
our older teens entering grades 10 & 11,
we offer
very- exciting
offering
we wall
co-ed
choice
have
a weekend
Last Frontier.' These trips provide extraordinary
we
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and
first ones
a
27-day
program
to
experience
all
that
camp
has
to
Linda
and
I
are
so
excited
t
t
starts with tw,
one-week, tvvo-week
offering Westward Bound
register for
o be abl
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experiences for
If you have
this
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of
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every teen.
summer There
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satisfied
with rny
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and
everyone
a
at
an
excellent
fee.
ps and for entering grades 11 & 12
that will
ofy-ou an
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of
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child in
opportunity-
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schedule of the
information meetings
and we would
has notch
to new canipers past, then
hear about our
Sincerel
anged,
y,
please call rne to find out
only my /o
y summer camp and to be the
is to provide a nurturing and caring
cation.
visit you at your home.
how you to can
get
experience
a great new
sturuner
that will bring you memori
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