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• Non-competitive camp for boys and girls, ages 5-12.
• Camp is Mon - Fri from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
• Early drop-off and late pick-up available
• Campers may register for as many or as few weeks as they choose

Cam etman
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Irving and Beverly Laker
Education and Youth Complex
2075 Walnut Lake Rd.
West Bloomfield
(248) 357-5544
In its 13th year, Camp Betman pro-
vides young children a smart-start in
Hebrew/Judaic learning through music,
crafts, sports and cooking, in a fun-lov-
ing, creative environment.

CAMP INDEX

on page 43

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CAMP

800.871.2267

Camp activities include:
archery, basketball, rappelling,
soccer, softball, floor hockey,
tennis, volleyball, swimming,
and much more!

www.bluestreakcamps.com

940950

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Having A Wedding
or Bar/Bat Mitzvah?
"Experience the Magic"

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• WEDDINGS • BAR AND BAT MITZVAHS • FAMILY REUNIONS•

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Cam Gan S alom •
Gan Shalom Early Childhood Program
Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 W. Lincoln Rd.
Oak Park, MI 48237
Phone: (248) 547-7970 ext. 234
Fax: (248) 547-0421
Camp Gan Shalom again offers a spe-
cial summer treat for children 2-5 years
of age. Six thematic weeks of fun begin
June 20-July 28, 2005. Your choice of
week and days, Monday-Thursday.
Contact Barbara Katchke, director.

Cam es et
28611 W. 12 Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334 .
Phone: (248) 478-7610
Email: campkeshet@shj.org
www.culturaljudaism.orgicampkeshet
Camp Keshet is located on the grounds
of Camp Tamarack in beautiful
Ortonville, Mich. Summer camp is a
great American experience. And Jewish
camp creates a unique link to Jewish
culture. Camp Keshet combines the
beauty of both for non-religious, cul-
tural, secular and humanistic Jewish
youth, and celebrates the pluralistic
message of modern Jewish identity.

Eliza Abramson swings away with
Alana White at Akiva.

at KensingtoMicademy
and The T Gr osse

• Weddings

• Family Reunions

• Bar/Bat Mitzvahs

• Corporate Events

• 40th & 50th Birthdays

• Private Rentals

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nai rit eber Cam
September-May:
666 Dundee Rd. #308
Northbrook, IL 60062
June-August:
W 1741 Highway J
Mukwonago, WI 53149
Phone (800) 803-CAMP

Streak
Blue orts
spor- Car"
June 13-- August
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Fax: (847) 498-5137
www.bebercamp.corn
Have you ever wanted to: Learn to
water ski? Make friends from all over
America? Climb a climbing wall? Ride
a horse? Escape your comfort zone? Try
something different? Try Beber!

Cam E erts Teen Summers
30 East 81st St.
New York, NY 10028
Phone: (248) 855-2722
www.campexperts.corn
A free advisory service for your chil-
dren. With more than 800 programs,
we provide the best for your children
— all with a personal touch!





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T e Grosse Pointe cadem
ensington cadem
Phone: (800) 871-2267
Fax: (440) 543-6997
www.bluestreakcamps.com
The non-competitive Blue Streak All-
Sports Camp is held at The Grosse
Pointe Academy and Kensington
Academy and is for boys and girls ages
5-12. The camp runs Monday- Friday
from 9a.m.-3p.m. from June 13-Aug.
19, and campers may register for as
many or few weeks as they choose.

Camp Index

I- YE AR BIR THDAYS • AN NI VER SAR Y PAR T IES • Y OU TH GR OUP S • SO CIA L CLU B *4

dat S alom Da Cam
29901 Middlebelt
Farmington Hills, MI, 48334
Phone: (248) 851-5105
Fax: (248) 851-3190
Preschoolers and the kindergarten-
bound set will enjoy a fun-packed sum-
mer with Adat Shalom's warm, experi-
enced staff. Each week will feature an
exciting theme with special visitors
including animals, a magician, a natu-
ralist, a storyteller and a Hebrew spe-
cialist. Parent-toddler and "Just for Me"
classes are available for our "mini"
campers.

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Make it an event
everyone will remember.

248-258-9150

www.camptanuga.com

941540

• CORPORATE EVENTS • PRIVATE OCCASION RENTALS •

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