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February 17, 2005 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-02-17

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Think Summer

350 years ago
this great country
welcomed its first Jewish settlers.

Survey the range of camps at family fair.

Thank you, America.

Cincinnati

Celebrates 350

Jewish Life in America 1654 – 2004

www.cincycelebrates350.org

Presented by

The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati

National City • Time Warner Cable • PNC Bank

The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati • Unity Fund
Federated Department Stores • US Bank
Fifth-Third Bank • The Rockwern Foundation

Mayerson Foundation • The Kroger Company Greater
Cincinnati Foundation • Riverpoint Capital Management
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.AMERICAN JEWISH

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STORY
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seqted by

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2005

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A National Exhibit

Cincinnati Museum Center
at Union Terminal

February 13 — April 30, 2005

In 1654,

23 Jews fleeing Recife, Brazil
landed in New Amsterdam (New York).
Now, a compelling national exhibit has been
created to honor this milestone anniversary.

The Cincinnati exhibit features over 300
iconic treasures of Judaica Americana
that tell the story of the American Jewish
experience over its 350-year history.
For more information
513.681.9800

merican Jews were outraged at General =LA S.
Grant's 1863 Order No. 11, expelling Jews
from the territories of Kentucky. Mississippi;
and Tennessee under the Thirteenth Army
Corps. The Missouri Lodge of B'nai ffrith
beseeched President Lincoln to "protect the
liberties even of your humblest constituents,
Lincoln rescinded the mkt:

937830

for kids with special needs, sports pro-
I is still winter, but not too early to
grams, academic enrichment, guided
'begin thinking about where your
travel and the arts.
child will go to summer camp.
Jewish camps include the JCC Day
Camp Fair provides a timely way to get
Camps,
Tamarack Camps, B'nai Kith
information whether your interest is a
Beber
Camp
and Camp Young Judaea.
day or overnight camp, educational
The
lineup
of 70 American and
enrichment or social experience.
Canadian camps will be for campers
The popular annual Super Summer
for Kids: A Camp and Activities Fair, on ages 2-20. Job opportunities for high
school and college
Sunday, Feb. 27,
students will be
offers one-stop
The Camp Fair will be held 11
available as well.
shopping at every
a.m.-3:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27, at
The
American
economic level.
the Birmingham Schools'
Camping
"I believe that our
Corporate Training and
Association or the
children are so pro-
Conference Center behind Groves
state of Michigan
grammed at school
High School, 31301 Evergreen,
license all the
that there is little
Beverly Hills. Admission is free.
camps represented.
time left for the
The JCC will
learning that takes
cater
to
preschoolers
through
eighth-
place within a social environment," says
graders.
"The
fair
lets
people
know
that
Bloomfield Township's Elaine Sturman,
the JCC Center Day Camps are for
the fair organizer for 16 years. "There is
everyone, not just for Jewish campers,"
time at camp to learn from play.
said director Andy Roisman. "It's also a
Look for representatives from the
good place for us to network when look-
Detroit Zoo Summer Safari and
ing for staff."
Cranbrook Art Academy as well as from
All who attend the camp fair get a
programs for older children that include
booklet
listing all participating camps as
overnight travel programs, computer
well
as
key
questions to ask camp offi-
camps, sports camps and programs that
cials.
have a community service component.
Sturman suggest absorbing all that the
You'll also find information on camps
fair has to offer, then going home and

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