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August 01, 2003 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-01

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F

ounded by the
University of
Michigan Alumni
Association in 1961,

Camp Michigania is a camp
retreat for alumni of the univer-
sity and their families, located
on 400 acres abutting Walloon
Lake in Michigan's Upper -
Peninsula.
From early June through
the end of August, Camp
Michigania plays host to more
than 1,000 alumni and their
families, according to Mitch
Rosenwasser, director of the
not-for-profit camp. In addi-
tion, the camp offers retreats
and educational seminars
throughout the fall, winter and
spring.
From typical "camp" activi-
ties like archery, horseback rid-
ing, canoeing and the like, to
educational seminars and other
intellectual pursuits, the camp
offers 11 one-week sessions
throughout the summertime. In
late August, the alumni associa-
tion operates a couple of one-

week camp sessions at Camp
Michigania-East located in the
Adirondack Mountains of New
York.
Registration guidelines,
according to the camp's Web site,
state that at least one member
of each family attending must
be a current member of the
University of Michigan Alumni
Association. Registration is
based on a first-come basis.
Accommodations include cab-
ins with one or two bedrooms
and a bathroom. According to
Rosenwasser, living facilities
have improved markedly in the
last couple of years, and the
"roughing it" of years past has
been replaced by more "com-
fortable" lodging.
For more information on
Camp Michigania, visit
www.michigania.net



Bryan Gottlieb

STYLE AT THE JN • AUGUST 2003 • 15

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