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March 10, 2005 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-03-10

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"I'm culturally Jewish, but I'm not religious...
what do my kids do this summer?"

ummer camp is a great American experience.

d Jewish camp creates a unique link to

Jewish culture. Now there's a camp that

combines the beauty of both for

non-religious, Cultural, Secular and

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culture and heritage.

July 20-31, 2005

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• The Traditional Willoway Day Camp Experience...

• Boys and Girls ages 5 through 14
• A natural rustic setting, The Willoway Ranch, our new 16
acre site, close to home at Pontiac Trail & Old Plank Rd.
• Skilled and caring staff
• Two swimming pools & Red Cross
swim instruction
• Pond, nature and lake program
Senior Camper Program
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www.willowaydaycamp.com - (248) 932-2123

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■ GO-KARTS ■ ANIMAL FARM ■ TUBING ■ ARCHERY ■ PHOTOGRAPHY ■ CERAMICS ■

"Grins" are "In" at

ADAT SHALOM DAY CAMP

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2 YEARS — KINDERGARTEN SOUND

Session I: June 20 - July 15
Session II: July 18 - August 5

Adat Shalom's warm, experienced staff

2 Morning program
5 Morning 12rograms with Supervised Lunch
3 Full-nay Programs • NEW 5 FULL-PAY PROGRAMS
Weekly Themes • Water Flay with Wading Fools
Nature • Crafts • Outdoor Adventures

"Special Visitors": farm animals
magicians, naturalists, story tellers and

a Hebrew specialist.

Full-day campers will be treated every afternoon to
specialists who will provide a variety of challenging activities
in music, sports and creative movement

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Also: Parent-Toddler and 'just For Me"

For applications, call Eileen Weiner, Camp Director

246-551-5105

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