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September 15, 2011 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-15

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o what if school has started?
There's still time for camp!
ORT's Camp Hermelin
will be held 12:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday,
Sept.18, at the home of Doreen
Hermelin in Bingham Farms.
The event, which will benefit ORT,
includes activities for families with
children of all ages. Campers and
families can reunite with friends,
support a great cause and enjoy arts
and crafts, sports, games, snacks,
bouncers and air-brush tattoos.
Everyone is invited. Lunch will
be served camp-style throughout
the day. The cost is $36 per person
or $136 for one family. Children are
encouraged to wear their favorite
camp T-shirt or sweatshirt, and
attendees must park at Temple Beth
El, where buses will take them to
and from the event. Parking is not
allowed at the Hermelin home.
In addition to the fun activities,
the day will include a raffle for free
or discounted tuition to many of the
local camps. (Participants do not
need to be present to win.) Camp
Hermelin also will include an auction
of family and kid-friendly prizes.
"This is a great day to be reunited
with your camp friends and camp
staff and to get to learn a little bit
about all of the participating camps
while supporting a very worthy
cause: ORT," says Michelle Blau, who
has served on the Camp Hermelin
planning committee for three years.
"Dan and I are so thrilled that
our family is involved with Camp
Hermelin and with ORT," adds
Jennifer Gilbert, Camp Hermelin co-
chair. "The mission and the goals of

ORT are values that everyone can get
on board with; what better mission
is there than to empower people to
be self-sufficient?"
For more information, call the ORT
office at (248) 723-8860 or e-mail
nmuchnick@ortamerica.org .
Proceeds from the day will assist
ORT, which since 1880 has empow-
ered students around the world with
the skills they need to succeed in the
workforce. Today, ORT has a pres-
ence in the United States, including
Michigan, and 55 countries. It has
helped more than 3 million people
pursue careers and contribute to
ORT schools offer top-quality sci-
ence, math and the latest high-tech
education to provide students with
the skills required in today's mar-
Participants in the event include
the Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit's Center Day
Camps, Camp Tamakwa, Tamarack
Camps, Tanuga, Camp Walden,
Willoway, Wooden Acres, Summer
Impressions, Camp Ramah, Hillel
Day School Early Childhood Center
Camp, Joe Dumar's Fieldhouse, Camp
Michigania, Joe Cornell, the Varsity
Shop Training Center, Rad-a-Tatoo,
Star Trax and Coach Genevieve's
Oakland Flag Football League.
Kenwal Steel is presenting spon-
sor of the event. Other corporate
sponsors include Wendy & Douglas
Hamburger, Doodle Home, Neiman
Marcus, Lexa Leatherdale and
Robert Lane, NAI, Quicken Loans,
LaFontaine Automotive and PNC
Wealth Management.

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