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n 1989, Libby and Art White

expanded their popular
Southfield academically based
learning center, Early Impressions,
to an additional location in West
Bloomfield. They purchased five acres
on Middlebelt, between Lone Pine and
Long Lake roads, and in keeping with
their business mantra, named the new
school First Impressions.
The new location had a country
ambience. Their nephew, Gregg Schultz,
a local attorney, stopped by one sum-
mer day and suggested that with such
great property, they should expand their
operations to include a day camp and,
of course, he jokingly said it should be
called Summer Impressions.
From his off-the-cuff remark a day
camp was born 20 years ago. Since
then, the Whites have served thou-
sands of campers age 3-10 as well as
counselors-in-training age 11-13.
Art graduated from Highland
Park High School and Wayne State
University and became an economics
and history teacher in Detroit. Libby,
his wife of more than 40 years, is a
graduate of Oak Park High and Wayne
State, where she earned an education
degree.
Summer Impressions Day Camp
offers three 3-week sessions and addi-
tional Mini Camp 1-week sessions
from mid-June to early September.
In addition to three main buildings,
Summer Impressions features an arts
and crafts building, camp store and
science center. There are two heated
in-ground pools with American Red
Cross swimming programs, profes-
sional junior tennis courts, Safety City,
miniature golf, four basketball courts,
two playgrounds, rock climbing walls,

awesome bounce, Ga-Ga court, fitness
and exercise trails and sports fields.
The American Camp Association
Summer Impressions accredits
Summer Impressions Day Camp.
Lisa Kravitz of Farmington Hills
and her husband both work full time.
"We don't feel like our daughter is
missing any summer fun because
Summer Impressions has it all;
Kravitz said.
The latest addition to the camp
staff is Mackenzie White, the Whites'
daughter, a recent Michigan State
graduate. Tami Schultz, the Whites'
niece, was the first camp director 20
years ago. Tami and Gregg Schultz's
daughter, 8-year-old Maddie, is a camp
regular.
Michelle Gibson's son has attended
the camp for five years. "Reilly has
grown so much from his camp experi-
ence with all the well-planned, age-
appropriate activities:' said Gibson of
Farmington Hills. "They know every
detail for every camper and have a
high return rate of well-trained coun-
selors:'

Campers can arrive as early as
7 a.m. and stay as late as 6 p.m.
without added charge. Full camp
activities run 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Private swim, tennis, soccer and
cheerleading classes are offered
after 3:30 p.m. Rates range from
$300 for a 1-week Mini Camp
to $900 for a 3-week session.
Sibling discounts. Flexible sched-
uling. Friday-night sleepovers
extra. Open house June 7.
www.summerimpressions.com .

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