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February 11, 2010 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-02-11

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Willow
„Nosh

Incentive Discount Program

► cca'agp

Continues through

MARCH 1, 2010

Download your application at
www.willowaydaycamp.com and

Best Summer Ever!

Celebrating our 42nd Summer!

programs help develop talents for
jazz, theater, writing, sport skills
and art. Childcare is available for
enrolled campers before and after
camp hours.

Gan Shalom Day Camp
Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 W. Lincoln
Oak Park, MI 48237
(248) 547-7970 ext. 234
sgartenberg@congbethsha -
lom.org

Gan Shalom Preschool and Camp at
Congregation Beth Shalom for ages
2-5. Bilingual, themes and parade
each week! Drama, music, art, bar-
beques, outdoor games and activi-
ties; three sessions, June 14-Aug.
20, mornings 9-12:30, afternoons
12:30-3:30. Extended care available.
Camp and fall preschool registra-
tion/New KinderReady, pre-k pro-
gram for fall.

Habonim-Dror
Camp Tavor
Winter office:
2755 Wingate Lane East,
West Bend, WI 53090
Summer office:
59884 A.L. Jones Road,
Three Rivers, MI 49093
(800) 55 TAVOR
(262) 334-0399
info@camptavor.org
www.camptavor.org

With a maximum of 150 camp-
ers per session, a 4:1 camper to
counselor ratio, and a strong com-
mitment to an inclusive environ-
ment, Habonim-Dror Camp Tavor
in Three Rivers, Mich., is the ideal
place for campers to fully partici-
pate in building a lifelong commu-
nity based on Jewish values and
lasting friendships. Boys and girls
entering grades 4-10 can attend
two-, three-, four- or seven-week
overnight camping sessions. Camp
Tavor offers swimming, boating,
arts, crafts, sports, Hebrew, a kosher
kitchen and Shabbat celebrations,
animals and an organic garden.
Campers fully share in the respon-
sibilities of the camp.

Miss Barbara's
Dance Centre
1160 Grant Street
Birmingham, MI 48009
(248) 901-4454
www.missbarbarasdancecen -
tre.com

Camp Listings on page 68

Enroll today!

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Pontooning • Fishing • Golf • Drama
Basketball • Nature • Fencing • Hockey

Paddleboating • Swimming • Soccer

Water-Skiing • Rocketry • Canoeing
Pony Rides • Go-Karts • Animal Farm

Archery • Photography • Dance • Ga-ga-ga

Tennis • Overnights • Challenge Course

The WiHoway Experience

Arts & Crafts

Basketball

Pool, Lake, Woods, & Pond

Since 1969

summer
im P ressio

Creative Dramatics

Cheerleading

Awesome Bounce

Overnights

Ga-Ga

AY CAMP ; Ages 3 to

• No Long Bus Rides!

• Why Pay More for Other Camps?

• Country Camp in the City of West Bloomfield

(5 minutes from Farmington Hills, Bloomfield Hills and Commerce)

Rock Climbing

• Extended Day at NO ADDITIONAL FEE
7:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. AND/OR 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Swimming

• Flexible Scheduling!! 2, 3, 4 or 5 days a week

Tennis

Miniature Golf

Soccer

Science & Nature

• Twelve Weeks of Summer Fun!

June 14 - September 3

• C.1.T.'s (I I to 13)

•Certified Instructors

Field Trips

Safety City

Fitness & Exercise Trail

Special Visitors

-NEW-

Summer Stock

Theatre Camp

OPEN HOUSE:
SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 2010 2:00-4:00 P.M.

Call 248-661-3630 for additional info!!

4 150 Middlebelt • West Bloomfield

(between Lone Pine and Long Lake Roads)

www.summerimpressions.com

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