Jcamps Summer 2014
Summer camp programs at the Merage Jewish Community Center of Orange County.
SUMMER 2014 CAMP YELADIM for ages 2-5 Your child’s first summer day camp experience CAMP HAVERIM for grades TK-11 ACA accredited day camp with something for everyone NEW! TRAVEL CAMP for grades 6-11 OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY • Register online today: www.jccoc.org e m o c l e W s p m a C to J 2014! We are so excited to be able to offer your family a wide va riety of summer camp options. Our camp programs are available for children of all ages, from preschoolers through high schoolers. Each camp creates me morable Jewish camping experiences an d friendships for your child. As a staff team, we are here to meet the need s of your family and help you design a summer camp experience that works best for you and your family. l-r: Heather Zucker (Travel Camp) Sydney Ross (Camp Haverim), Audra Martin (Camp Haverim) and Tracy Zieve (Camp Yeladim) Tracy, Audra, Sydney & Heather WHAT PARENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT JCAMPS CHOOSE YOUR JCAMP: CAMP YELADIM for ages 2-5 Your child’s first summer day camp experience. CAMP HAVERIM for grades TK-11 ACA accredited day camp with a wide variety of options and specialties. TRAVEL CAMP for grades 6-11 Adventure and Jewish friendships await your teen on the road. “Our kids absolutely love JCamps and look forward to attending all year. Camp Haverim does amazing things for our children, from bringing out their creativity to boosting their confidence. We look forward to many more fun-filled summers!” Josh and Lilya Winer “I want to thank you for a great summer! Ryan had a fantastic time at camp. He made new friends, tried new activities, learned new games, and learned new songs & cheers! All in all a HUGE success!!! Thanks for all that you guys do!!!” Marisa Kaiser “We love the J!” Nicole Kline and family 2 Register online at www.jccoc.org • J Camps 2014 TOP TEN REASONS YELADIM P M A C E S WHY CHOO ESCHOOLER? PR FOR YOUR with Early for choosing Camp Haverim (TK-11) 1. Accredited by American Camp Association – adhering to the highest standards 2. State of the art facility with on-site pool and gym 3. A wide variety of activities and options for ALL grades 4. Flexible scheduling 5. For less than $8/hour your child can have field trips, late nights, science, special events and much more 6. Swim lessons and recreational pool time 7. Judaic enrichment specialists from Israel 8. Caring, professional, college-educated counselors and staff 9. Safety first and foremost 10. OPEN TO EVERYONE! fied ighly quali h e r a s r ursework. elo o s c n u d o n c a r s u unit • O Education Childhood day, from Y R E V E y er pla nd enjoy wat es, to sprinklers a s r e p m a slid • C to water ls o o p e h t s on more. r activitie e m m u s e nc rs experie emises. • Campe of JCC pr 22 acres J Camps 2014 • Register online at www.jccoc.org 3 SESSION DATES Mini Camp: Session 1: June 16 - 20 June 23 - July 11 (NO CAMP 7/4) Session 2: Session 3: July 14 - August 1 August 4 - 22 for ages 2-5 Summer Camp for Your Preschooler Make this summer magical for your child at Camp Yeladim! At the fabulous facilities of the JCC, your preschooler can enjoy the summer camp experience in the security of our nurturing Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC). Our credentialed and highly trained early childhood camp counselors will guide your child through a summer of making new friends, learning, Tracy Zieve, Camp Yeladim creativity, imagination and of course, lots of fun! Camp Yeladim is run in a facility Director licensed by the state of California. Other Important Dates: June 20, 3:30-4:45 p.m.: JCamps party in JCC Courtyard Aug. 25-29: ECLC and Infant/Toddler Center (ITC) closed for Professional Development Aug. 28, 5:30-6:30 p.m.: ECLC Welcome Night Sept. 1: ECLC and ITC closed for Labor Day Sept. 2: First Day of 2014-2015 School Year Yeladim Groups Camp Yeladim has a group for all preschool age children. Each age unit is designed to engage and stimulate your child to maximize fun in their day camp experience. 2 Year Old Campers Camp Yeladim offers the perfect first summer camp experience for your child to explore new environments and meet new friends in a safe and secure environment. Your two year old camper is surrounded by loving and nurturing counselors who enrich your child with a wide wide variety of fun and educational experiences. 3 Year Old Campers Three year old campers are ready to experience new friends and activities as they expand their awareness of the world around them. These campers venture through the J: jumping and running in the gym, playing in the pool, and learning water safety in group swim lessons in our shallow wading pool. Campers must be 3 years old by June 16, 2014 to enter the pool with their class group. 4 Year Old Campers Our oldest campers look forward to outdoor activities and excitement throughout the day. Trips to the pool for swimming, to the gym for sports, and even hikes keep our four year old campers on the move! This camp is the perfect introduction to prepare your child to enter Pre-K and Transitional Kindergarten (TK). For more information about Camp Yeladim, please call the ECLC at (949) 435-3400 ext. 290 or email email@example.com. 4 Camp Yeladim Register online at www.jccoc.org â€˘ J Camps 2014 A Plethora of Possibilities for Campers! • • • • • • • • • Weekly guests and visitors – including magicians, exotic animals, music concerts, and marionnettes Storytime with props and puppets Splish, splash water play with sensory tables, sprinklers, and our full-size water slides! Creative hands-on art activities and crafts Movin’ and groovin’ with music and movement Science, including cooking, baking and other “magical science” activities Shabbat through the senses Sports Summer Camp Sing-A-Longs Pool Play, Water Play & Water Safety Your child will enjoy various types of water play daily. Splashing in the pool, water slides, water tables, and sand-and-water play all add to outdoor enjoyment. All campers bring bathing suits and a change of clothes each day so they can participate in the fun. Our three* and four year old campers enjoy their first group swim experience taught by our highly trained aquatics instructors in a positive and safe environment. Introductory water safety and skills complemented by a wide array of safe, age-appropriate developmental pool games are all part of the fun. * Campers must be 3 years old by June 16, 2014 to enter the pool with their class group. Weekly Guests Each week, special guests and visitors delight your child with entertaining and meaningful events. These weekly guests enrich our campers with exciting programs such as Magic Shows, Marionettes, Exotic Animals, Music Concerts and Dramatic Performance. Camp Yeladim campers are always clamoring for these shows and eagerly await each week’s special guests. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A YELADIM CAMPER: We begin each morning with singing and dancing: our “Boker Tov & Boogie.” Campers move and groove to familiar tunes as they greet their fellow campers with smiles, hand-shakes and friendly waves. Pumped up and energetic campers move into camp homerooms and get creative with arts & crafts, listen to stories read aloud with puppets and props, carefully measure ingredients for cooking, take “hikes” around the JCC property, and splash in one of our full-size water slides. Each week of camp highlights a different theme and allows campers to imagine, explore and learn. Campers enjoy dress-up days in addition to making creative activities that relate to the theme. The themes are related to the summer holidays and the interests of the campers. Past themes have included Hawaiian, Americana and Fantasy & Royalty Week. In addition to creative and fanciful dress-up days, campers are entertained weekly by a special guest related to the exciting theme of the week. Campers can’t wait to watch these fascinating performances, touch and feel unique and exotic animals, or be an active participant in the show as a volunteer! REGISTER FOR FALL 2014 Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten (TK) (949) 435-3400 ext. 290, email firstname.lastname@example.org J Camps 2014 • Register online at www.jccoc.org At the end of the week campers reflect on all the week’s fun activities, bake special Shabbat treats and gather in song and dance for Shabbat-Sing-A-Long. Camp Yeladim 5 t SUMMER DAYTha e p m a c haverim for grades TK-11 ACA Accreditation means that your child’s camp cares enough to undergo a thorough (up to 300 standards) review of its operation — from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. American Camp Association collaborates with experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, and other youth-serving agencies to assure that current practices at your child’s camp reflect the most up-to-date, research-based standards in camp operation. Camps and ACA form a partnership that promotes growth and fun in an environment committed to safety. Camp Haverim is ACA accredited Camp Haverim is all about fun and friendships. Through sports, arts, outdoor adventure and aquatics, your camper will build lifelong friendships, independence and self-esteem. SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE 9:00-9:15 9:15-9:40 9:45-10:15 10:20-10:50 10:55-11:25 11:30-12:00 12:10-12:40 12:50-1:20 1:30-2:00 2:10-2:50 2:55-3:30 Drop Off Flagpole & Wacky Games Science experiments & healthy snack Arts & Crafts Israeli Culture Hip-Hop, line dances & Israeli dance Lunch Daily Special or Camper’s Choice (computers, yoga, chess, etc.) Instructional swim & free play Gaga Otter Pops/ Closing Circle Audra Martin, Camp Haverim Director and Sydney Ross, Camp Haverim Assistant Director For information about Camp Haverim call (949) 435-3400 or email email@example.com. Register online at www.jccoc.org • J Camps 2014 6 Questions? Call 949.435.3400 ext. 265 CULTU N RE & TRADITIO AY at SUMMER D The TAG INITIATIVE Torah Avodah Gimilut Chasadim is an initiative designed to enrich the Jewish components of Summer Camp. This year, Kehilla or community is the TAG initiative. “TAG:Jewish Values through JCC Camping is a curricular initiative designed to enrich the Jewish component of the JCC camping experience. TAG develops discrete Jewish content and programming units for day and resident camps, finding ways to integrate Jewish life, experience and values into the fabric of camp. TAG has also been effective in afterschool and other youth programs. Each initiative has drama, discussion, games, art, music, storytelling, and Jewish text study components” (JCC Association, 2013). p m a c haverim STAFF EXCELLENCE At Camp Haverim, we pride ourselves in tradition of professionally trained, creative and caring staff. Our hiring process sets the tone with selecting staff we believe will add to our Camp Haverim community through interviews, thorough background checks, and consulting personal and professional references. • ACA (American Camp Association) trained with focus on: child development, age appropriate programming, behavior management, communication, emergency procedures, and more. CPR, First Aid & AED Certified College educated or college-bound ROLE MODEL FOCUS ON JEWISH CULTURE AND TRADITION • • • • • Jewish Values Ruach (spirit) Shlichim (Israeli counselors) Shabbat programming Jewish themes • • • Look for Mitzvah Max doing good deeds at camp! J Camps 2014 • Register online at www.jccoc.org Questions? Call 949.435.3400 ext. 265 7 Session Dates Mini Camp 1: Session 1: Camp Hours Monday - Friday, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Pre & Post Care (additional fee) Campers play in the children’s room with games, video games and books. Pre-care: 7:30-9 a.m. Post-care: 3:30-5:30 p.m. Snack included. June 16 - 20 June 23 - July 11 (NO CAMP 7/4) Session 2: Session 3: Mini Camp 2: July 14 - August 1 August 4 - 22 August 25 - 29 SUN MON Israel Days: wear blue & white TUES WED THURS FRI Friday Dress Up Days SAT 14 Chai,Sabra Sporto, Sabra & OC & OC Explorers Explorers Zahav, Sabra field trips field trips & OC Explorers field trips 16 17 18 K’Ton Ton & Ruach field trips 19 Shabbat Celebration JUNE Mini Camp 15 20 Back to Camp Pool Party 3:30-4:30 p.m. 27 Decades Flash Back 4 NO CAMP - Happy 4th of July! 11 Superheroes CAMP CARNIVAL 21 Session 1 Week 1 Session 1 Week 2 Session 1 Week 3 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 ISRAEL DAY 7 1 2 3 Red, white, blue 10 5 6 8 9 Late Night 7 p.m. pick up: All Camp Overnight: Zahav, Sabra & OC Explorers 16 12 Kids Night Out 19 JULY Session 2 Week 1 Session 2 Week 2 Session 2 Week 3 13 14 15 17 18 White Out (Color Splash) 25 COLOR WAR 20 21 ISRAEL DAY 28 Vista Verde starts 4 22 23 24 26 27 29 30 31 2 1 Late Night 7 p.m. pick up: Theatre Camp opening Kids Animal Kingdom All Camp night performance of Encore Theatre Camp performance Night Overnight: Zahav, Sabra Mulan 7 p.m. Out of Mulan 1-2:30 p.m. & OC Explorers CAMP CARNIVAL 6 7 8 Pirates & Princesses 15 Wild, Wild West CAMP CARNIVAL 22 PJ & Crazy Hair CAMP CARNIVAL 29 9 Session 3 Week 1 Session 3 Week 2 3 5 10 AUGUST 11 ISRAEL DAY 18 12 13 14 16 Session 3 Week 3 17 19 20 Late Night 7 p.m. pick up: All Camp Overnight: Zahav & Sabra 27 21 23 Mini Camp 24 25 TVT starts 26 28 30 8 Call 949.435.3400 265 Questions? ext. Register online at www.jccoc.org • J Camps 2014 t DAYTha e SUMMER Core Groups p m a c i haver m Session 1: June 23 - July 11 (NO CAMP 7/4) Session 2: July 14 - Aug. 1 Session 3: August 4 - 22 TK & K: K’ton Ton (“Tiny Tots”) Start out right! Campers entering TK and Kindergarten will have a “home base” as they participate in a variety of ageappropriate activities designed to help them make their final transition to Kindergarten. K’ton Ton A K’ton Ton Half Day K’ton Ton B K’ton Ton C (MWF, in-house field trip) (choose your days) (5 day, in-house field trip) (5 day, off-campus field trip on Thursdays) Leaders (grades 6-11) Jr. Leader (6-8) & Sr. Leader (9-11): Our program offers teens training in child development, problem solving, group dynamics, program planning, CPR and First Aid. Community Service hours will be awarded upon completion of each session. Jr. and Sr. Leaders work directly with the camp staff to learn the skills needed to become a senior counselor. Application and interview required. NEW! Sr. Leaders will receive a $50 stipend upon completion of each full 3 week-session. ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 5:1 GRADE 1: Ruach (“Spirit”) Ruach campers make new friends as they participate in a wide range of activities discovering new experiences, growing and developing their own self-awareness. Field trips on Thursdays. ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 8:1 GRADES 2 & 3: Chai (Life”) Chai campers will have fun participating in a wide variety of activities, learning and developing new skills and building self-confidence. Field trips on Tuesdays. ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 8:1 Sporto (grades 1-3) Sporto allows boys and girls to learn and play a wide variety of sports in a safe environment. Children will learn the fundamentals, skills, and rules needed in order to succeed and have fun with their friends. Field trips on Mondays. Sporto Ballers (session 1): Hockey | Basketball | Soccer Sporto All-Stars (session 2): Baseball | Football | Golf Sporto (session 3): Non-stop fun in all sports! GRADES 4 & 5: Zahav (“Gold”) The structure of Zahav meets the ever-changing needs of this energetic age group. Not only will campers participate in regular daily activities, but they will have the freedom to choose a weekly elective. Field trips on Wednesdays. ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 10:1 ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 8:1 Theatre Camp (grades 2-8) Theatre CIT (grades 9-10) 6-week program (sessions 1 and 2: June 23-Aug. 1) Be transported to ancient China with Disney’s Mulan Jr. Participants will practice singing, acting and dancing under professional direction. Auditions will be held during the first week of camp and every camper will be assigned both onstage and offstage roles. The production will feature professional costumes and sets plus a cast party after the final performance. ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 8:1 GRADES 6-8: Sabra (“Native Israeli”) Sabra teens are always on the go, meeting new challenges and gaining independence! Campers will enjoy four field trips per week and one social action project per session, promoting responsibility, self esteem and role modeling. Beach days every Thursday. ü Camper: Counselor ratio – 10:1 J Camps 2014 • Register online at www.jccoc.org Questions? Call 949.435.3400 ext. 265 9 s p m a C y lt ia c Spe p cam i er m DAYThet SUMMER a Session 1: June 23 - July 11 (NO CAMP 7/4) Session 2: July 14 - Aug. 1 Session 3: August 4 - 22 hav So many choices per grade! In addition to our core camp groups, campers have the opportunity to explore their interests by participating in our specialty camps. Jr. Sportos (TK & K, sessions 1 & 2) NEW! K’ton Tons will spend half their day playing sports games from soccer, sockeyball, gaga and more while learning fundamental skills and sportsmanship. The second half of the day will be spent participating in general camp activities such as culture, science, art, swimming & more. All campers will participate in their gradegroup’s weekly field trips. K’ton Tons will spend half their day creating arts & crafts from materials including paint, clay and drawing. The second half of the day will be spent participating in general camp activities such as culture, science, art, swimming & more. All campers will participate in their grade-group’s weekly field trips. Haverim Scientists (grades 1-3, session 2): Campers will spend half their day experimenting in an active, hands-on learning environment using materials present in biology and even chemistry. The second half of the day will be spent participating in general camp activities such as culture, science, art, swimming & more. All campers will participate in their gradegroup’s weekly field trips. Creative K’tons (TK & K, session 3): NEW! Academics (grades 1-3, sessions 1 & 2) Young Scholars (grades 4-6, session 1) Haverim Builders (grades 1-3, session 1): NEW! Campers will focus on age-appropriate techniques in reading, writing, and math for half the day taught by a qualified professional. The second half of the day will be spent participating in general camp activities such as culture, science, art, swimming & more. All campers will participate in their grade-group’s weekly field trips. Campers will explore the sites of Orange County and surrounding cities three times a week. They will experience independence while still being able to enjoy a few days on campus participating in a variety of camp activities. Campers will spend half their day building, exploring and learning how to engineer their own Lego creation. The second half of the day will be spent participating in general camp activities such as culture, science, art, swimming & more. All campers will participate in their grade-group’s weekly field trips. OC Explorers (grades 4-6, sessions 1 & 2): NEW! Theatre Camp’s 2013 production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid 10 Call 949.435.3400 Questions? ext. 265 Register online at www.jccoc.org • J Camps 2014 TRAVEL CAM P NEW! TRAVEL CAMP FOR GRADES 6-11 Pick your session or sign up for both exciting tours. For 8 years, hundreds of our Jewish teens have attended the Merage JCC’s Camp Yofi - making Jewish memories, friends and traditions. Every year Camp Yofi has proven to be a transformative Jewish experience. Numerous studies show that residential (sleep-away) camp experiences are strongly linked to our youth maintaining Jewish identities as adults. At the Merage JCC, we are committed to providing adventure and inspiring journeys for our Jewish teens. Summer 2014 the Camp Yofi adventure is going modern. Camp Yofi hits the road! Teens will travel to U.S. landmarks; staying at college campuses, JCCs and camping; and enjoying the same camaraderie and Jewish experiences our camps are known for. We hope your teen(s) will join us in making new memories and partaking in new Jewish Journeys. Heather Zucker, Travel Camp Director SESSION I: EAST JUNE 29 - JULY 10, 2014 Highlights include: Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park, Albuquerque and Las Vegas SESSION II: NORTH JULY 13 - JULY 24, 2014 Highlights include: Yosemite, San Francisco, Mt. Ranier, Seattle and Portland SIGN UP NOW! Only 25 spots available for each trip. Includes luxury coach transportation, meals, and entrance fees. Overnight accommodations at college campuses, JCC’s, unique camping experiences, and motels. For information about Travel Camp, call (949) 435-3400 ext. 165 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Download an application form at www.jccoc.org/jcamps/teen-travel. Yofi hits the road! J Camps 2014 • Register online at www.jccoc.org Teen Travel Camp 11 MP A C I N I M ONE-WEEK Y E SUMM S Camp Haverim Mini Camps Week 2: Aug. 25-29 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Mini Fun Days (grades TK-5) Something for everyone! Enjoy a fun-filled week participating in activities such as science, cooking, art, playing gaga, and enjoying the JCC pool including snorkeling and slip n’ slide. p m a c haverim R DA at The Week 1: June 16-20 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Mini Fun Days (grades TK-5) Something for everyone! Enjoy a fun-filled week participating in activities such as science, cooking, art, playing gaga, and enjoying the JCC pool including snorkeling and slip n’ slide. Glitz & Glamour (grades TK-5) Glam is up with all your friends with a fun-filled week of glitter and glitz! Party planning, spa days, decorating and more. Water Adventure (grades 3-10) Cool down at all of the hot water spots in Orange County. Bring $20 a day for food and snacks. Monday: Raging Waters 7 p.m. pick-up Tuesday: Newport Dunes 3:30 p.m. pick-up Wednesday: Knott’s Soak City 7 p.m. pick-up Thursday: Beach Day 3:30 p.m. pick-up Friday: JCC Pool Party 3:30 p.m. pick-up Fashion Week (grades TK-5) A week of letting your inner fashionista run wild! Design your own fashion apparel, accessories and more using this year’s hottest trends. A.M.P. (Amazing Multiple Parks) (grades 3-10) Spend the week with camp friends at your favorite amusement parks! Bring $20 daily for lunch and snacks. Monday: Disneyland 7 p.m. pick-up Tuesday: Knott’s 7 p.m. pick-up Wednesday: iFly/Universal City Walk 7 pm pick-up Thursday: Raging Waters 7 p.m. pick-up Friday: Beach Day 3:30 p.m. pick-up CIT: Counselor-in-Training (grades 6-10) This program offers teens leadership skills and training in child development, group dynamics, team building, program planning and the overall insight on being a counselor. Participants will also earn 20 hours of community service. CIT: Counselor-in-Training (grades 6-10) This program offers teens leadership skills and training in child development, group dynamics, team building, program planning and the overall insight on being a counselor. Participants will also earn 20 hours of community service. No discounts apply to Mini Camps. Mini Camp groups may be combined depending on enrollment. 12 Call 949.435.3400 Questions? ext. 265 Register online at www.jccoc.org • J Camps 2014 JCC Summer Sports Mini Camps Week 1: June 16-20 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. JCC Michael Cage Youth Basketball Skills Camp (grades 2-6) Our JCC Michael Cage Basketball Camp consists of skill development drills, competitions, and games while having fun. Coach Cage uses his NBA and life experiences along with a wealth of basketball knowledge to teach passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding and developing a high basketball IQ. We focus on the fundamentals and ensure that each player receives the maximum amount of attention. Campers will also compete in league games that put their newly learned skills into action. SPORTS SPEC IALTY MINI CAMPS Week 2: Aug. 25-29 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. JCC Tennis Stars Camp (grades K-6) Our JCC Tennis Stars Camp is perfect for all skill levels from beginner to advanced. This camp will cover all fundamentals and strokes taught by certified professional coaches at University Park in Irvine. In the afternoon campers return to the JCC and continue to play sports and other camp-favorite games. Includes transportation from the JCC, snack, prizes, professional coaching. Sports Specialty Camp (grades TK-1) Campers will focus on a specific sport every day while still getting the chance to play camp-favorite games in the afternoon. Each morning will focus on the fundamentals, skills and rules needed to succeed and have fun in that day’s “Sport Specialty”. Campers will travel off campus and get a chance to play miniature golf on their Thursday field trip. Sports Specialty Camp (grades TK-5) Campers will focus on a specific sport every day while still getting the chance to play camp-favorite games in the afternoon. Each morning will focus on the fundamentals, skills and rules needed to succeed and have fun in that day’s “Sport Specialty”. Campers will travel off campus and get a chance to play miniature golf on their Thursday field trip. JCC Summer Golf Camp (grades 2-8) Get the ultimate golf experience by learning from professional instructors at our JCC Golf Camp. Campers will improve ball flight, confidence, and their knowledge of all facets of the game in a fun environment. Locations include the JCC, Strawberry Farms Golf Club, executive course, driving range, and miniature golf. Dance & Cheer (grades TK-3) Learn two fun skills in one week! The dance portion of camp works on basic dance skills, from Jazz to Hip-Hop and more. The dance & cheer moves will be combined as the campers learn routines to showcase to friends and family at the end of the week. No discounts apply to JCC Summer Sports Mini Camps. For more information about JCC Summer Sports Mini Camps contact Eddie Priesand at (949) 435-3400 ext. 104, email@example.com. J Camps 2014 • Register online at www.jccoc.org JCC Summer Sports Mini Camps 13 Summer Memories t DAYTha e SUMMER p m a c m i r e v ha 14 Camp Haverim Register online at www.jccoc.org â€˘ J Camps 2014 J Camps 2014 â€˘ Register online at www.jccoc.org Camp Haverim 15 1 Federation Way Suite 200 Irvine, CA 92603 Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage Paid Santa Ana, CA 92799 Permit #4004 ages 2-5 Camp Yeladim for grades TK-11 Camp Haverim for p for grades 6-11 NEW! Travel Cam © Merage JCC 2014 Register online www.jccoc.org 16 Register online at www.jccoc.org • J Camps 2014