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February 14, 2003 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-14

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of Metropolitan Detroit

JCC Camps
Add Staff

The Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Summer
Camps have new leadership.
Nancie Furgang, director of special
needs at the JCC, will also direct the
JCC Summer Camps. A health care
professional, she has a background in
pediatric and early intervention; pro-
gram design, development and imple-
mentation; community outreach, col-
laboration and consultation.
Josh French, a graduate of Central
Michigan University with a degree in
Commercial Recreation and Facility
Management, will be assistant director.
The Summer Camps are offered at
both JCC locations. Free door-to-door
transportation is provided iii the camp
fee; extended care is available in the
mornings and in the evenings until 6
p.m. at an additional fee. For early-
bird savings, parents should register
their children before March 2.
For information, call the camp
office, (248) 432-5578.

My name is John Boshoven.

Over the course of my career, I
have helped hundreds of students
find the right college or university.
As the Director of College Counsel-
ing at the Academy, I make sure
that schools know about our
spectacular curriculum and highly
motivated students. I have traveled
to scores of colleges and universi-
ties, and many of the top ones—
Harvard, Jewish Theological
Seminary, Columbia and University
of Southern California—have visited
JAMD. Colleges want our stu-
dents. Two thirds of our seniors
who applied to the University of
Michigan have already been
accepted. What college or univer-
sity wouldn't want a young adult
who has succeeded in a rigorous
dual-curriculum program, is
involved in leadership and commu-
nity service, and above all is a

Camp Hosts
Winter Reunion

Camp Young Judaea Midwest represen-
tatives will visit Detroit for an informa-
tional session for new families and a
reunion for current campers and alumni
6:30-8:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, at
Hadassah House, 5030 Orchard Lake
Road, West Bloomfield.
The Hadassah-sponsored experience
for children ages 8-14 is located in
Waupaca, Wis., four hours north of
Chicago. The 80-plus-acre campsite
offers such activities as sports, water-
front, horseback riding and Zionist-
Jewish programming.
For information, call (888) 605-
CAMP or e-mail info@cyjmid.org

Applications now being accepted.
Scholarships available — Apply by March 1st.


JAMD Receives
Major Grants

The Jewish Academy of Metropolitan
Detroit received an AVI CHAT Judaic
Preparatory Track Grant to support the
Judaic studies track for beginners.
The New York-based private foun-
dation is dedicated to supporting and
encouraging the growing Jewish day
school movement. It also awarded
JAMD a marketing grant to recruit
and publicize efforts for the school's
first five years of operation.


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