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2014 Jcc SUMMER CampS


Like never before 2014 is going to be a summer like never before at JCC camps! Not only are we introducing several new camps on our Owings Mills campus, but we have also enhanced our JCC Camps at Milldale to provide more exciting programs and opportunities for your camper to learn new skills and create lasting camp memories. We are thrilled to welcome Amy Bram as our new director for JCC Camps at Milldale. Amy comes to us with over 20 years of creative camp experiences. She is considered a rising star in the Jewish camping world and we are thrilled to have her talents here in Baltimore. Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to meet Amy in the months ahead. This summer our youngest campers will have two new camp options. Noah’s Ark NEXT and Noah’s Ark Superstar Sports Camp have been designed for children ages 4 and 5 who are ready to step up their game and try out some new challenges. Children interested in sports, arts or adventure will enjoy our new Maccabi Sports Camp (grades 1-8), Habimah Performing Arts Camp (grades 1-5) and Tiyulim Travel Camps (grades 5-6). We are also welcoming a new partnership with the Jewish Volunteer Connection this summer. Camp Tzedek for grade school children and their Summer Service Programs for Teens will provide local youth with an opportunity to make a difference in the community. No matter which JCC camp you choose we are committed to providing an engaging and welcoming Jewish community for your child that encourages discovery, learning and fun. If you have any questions or suggestions please feel free to contact us or any other member of our JCC Camping Team. B’shalom,

Ron Siegel Vice President, Director of Camping Services JCC of Greater Baltimore rsiegel@jcc.org or 410.559.3532

Randi Hertzberg and Jonny Lewis Co-Chairs, Camping Task Force JCC of Greater Baltimore

Camp Directors

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Noah’s Ark

Milldale Day Camp Milldale Arts Camp

Tennis Camps

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Maccabi Sports Camps

Karate Camp

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Aquatics Camp

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Habimah Performing Arts Camp Specialty Camps Teen Programs

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Camp-at-a-Glance General Info

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Noah’s Ark

Bill Kirkner, Aquatics Camp

Amy is an exciting new addition to JCC Camps who comes to us with over 20 years of camp leadership experience. She was most recently the Outdoor Adventure Coordinator at Camp Airy & Louise. Prior to this she worked at Ramah Darom in Georgia as the Director of Exceptional Experiences. She was also the Day Camp Director of the Chattahoochee Nature Center’s Camp Kingfisher near Atlanta for 10 years and the Co-Director of the Teva Learning Center in NYC for three years.

Bill Kirkner was a competitive swimmer through college, and was first certified as a Red Cross swimming instructor in 1986. Bill has been the JCC’s Aquatics Director since 2006, and supervises the Aquatics programs at all of the JCC’s camps. Bill started the JCC’s Aquatics Camps in 2011; this will be his fourth summer supervising the various Aquatics Camp programs.

Amanda Max, Assistant Director Camp Milldale

Adam Stein, Tennis Camp Director

This will be Amanda’s third summer as Assistant Director at Camp Milldale. Amanda has been with the JCC since 2007. Her roles have included TNT Director and Assistant Director of the JCC Maccabi Experience. During the school year Amanda is the Director of Kids Center, our After School Program, and School’s Out. She also organizes enrichment classes for grades K-5 at the Owings Mills JCC.

Adam is a certified tennis professional who has been teaching tennis to children and adults at the JCC since 1994. He has been running our Tennis Camp since 2001. His JCC past also includes roles as a lifeguard, pool supervisor, league director, camp counselor and personal trainer.

Paul Lurie, JCC Maccabi Director

Jen Lake, CSA Karate Camp Director

Paul Lurie is the Senior Program Director at the JCC where he oversees all of our programs for school-aged youth. Paul has been in charge of our JCC Maccabi program since 2003. This includes running the 2007 JCC Maccabi Games and 2010 JCC Maccabi Experience that took place here in Baltimore. He is also in charge of the upcoming Junior Maccabi games in Baltimore in May 2014.

Jen, a Black Belt Martial Arts Instructor, has been with the JCC for 24 years. She has spent most of this time as the Vice President and head instructor of CSA Martial Arts and Wellness School. Jen has been running CSA Karate Camp since 1994.

Emily Peisach, Noah’s Ark Owings Mills Director

Melissa Berman, Habimah Performing Arts Camp

This will be Emily’s fourth summer as Director of Noah’s Ark. Emily works during the school year as the Program Coordinator for the Roslyn & Len Stoler Early Childhood Education (ECE) Center at the Owings Mills JCC. She has been a familiar face in the ECE since 2008.

Melissa grew up in JCC camps and is currently our Assistant Director of Arts & Culture. She has worked at the JCC since 2010. Melissa also organizes our JCC Maccabi ArtsFest program. She will be supervising our Performing Arts Camp director.

Roman Gertsovich, Maccabi Sports Camp Director

Brad Kerxton, TNT Director

This will be Roman’s third summer as the Director of JCC Maccabi Sports Camp. Roman has been with the JCC since 2004. Through the years, Roman has worked as the Assistant Fitness Supervisor, Personal Trainer and Sports Programmer. He has been running our sports leagues for youth, teens and adults since 2009.

This will be Brad’s third year as TNT Director. Brad worked parttime for the JCC for six years while in high school and college. This will be his tenth summer at the JCC with roles that have also included Loft Camp counselor, drama teacher, and CIT unit head at Camp Milldale. During the school year Brad runs our Middle School Department and the Jr. Maccabi program. He will also be supervising our Tiyulim Travel Camp Director.

Our youngest campers grow in a supportive environment guided by experienced educators. Age-appropriate activities are designed to encourage discovery and delight.

ages

2-5

Noah’s Ark June 16-August 15 Flexible options, 6 week minimum Mornings: 9 am-12 pm Mornings & extended day: 12 pm-2 pm, 2, 3, or 5 days/wk Full Day: 7 am-6 pm, 2-5 days/wk Young children thrive in our safe and nurturing environment guided by experienced early childhood educators. Campers enjoy our gyms, pools, spray ground, and Biblical, Universal, and Natural Playgrounds. Instructional Swim • Recreational Swim • Sports • Nature & Gardening • Dance • Arts & Crafts • Outdoor Play • Israeli Culture • Shabbat Sing-a-Longs • Theme Days

ages

4-5

JCC Summer Camps 2014

 Jewish values of respect

NOW OPEN TO GUESTS

and community are woven into all that we do.

Noah’s Ark NEXT June 16-August 15 Flexible options, 4 week minimum 5 days/wk, 9 am-3:30 pm

2-5

Ages

Amy Bram, Camp Milldale Director

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ages

4-5

2 3 5 or

Days a Week

June 16 — TO —

August 15

Monday-Friday Full or Half-Day Extended day available

Noah’s Ark Superstars Sports Camp August 4- August 15 (1-2 week options) 5 days/wk, 9 am-2 pm Campers who love sports build skills, gain confidence and develop sportsmanship. After a day of team fun, they cool off in the pool and on our spray ground. Soccer • T-ball • Basketball • Free Swim

For more information on Noah’s Ark Camps in Owings Mills, call Emily Peisach at 410.559.3557 or email epeisach@jcc.org. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

Maturing campers have expanded opportunities for learning and fun that enhance the familiar camp day with new, exciting activities. Instructional Swim • Recreational Swim • Spray ground • Sports • Dance & Yoga • Cooking • Nature & Hiking • Israeli Culture • Art • Weekly trips to Camp Milldale • Shabbat Sing-a-Longs • Theme Days

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ages

2-5

Noah’s Ark in Park Heights Noah’s Ark Camp is also available for ages 2 to 5 at our Weinberg Park Heights JCC. To learn more call Zac Price at 410.500.5936 or email zprice@jcc.org.

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Children grow in an atmosphere that promotes self-confidence, integrity and respect for others.

Skills develop, friends are made and a sense of family and camp spirit permeates everything that we do.

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K-1

Campers will be introduced to Milldale’s many traditions and activities in an age-appropriate format.

Award-winning learn-to-

swim program ensures each camper receives individual coaching for guaranteed skill improvement.  New enhanced sports programming utilizes coaching experts who will help individual campers improve

Our youngest campers will be guided by certified teachers who understand their needs.

 Full service facilities enable quality programs to run rain or shine.  Features include: pool complex, spray ground, lake, zip line, athletic fields and air-conditioned buildings.

Beresheet

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2-3

Children will benefit from new experiences and build on 2nd grade

Entering grades

K-6

2-8

Week Sessions

June 23 — TO —

August 15

Campers will be guided by certified teachers who understand their needs.

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm

Days will be filled with all the fun of classic camp activities

Extended day available

with an emphasis on individual growth.

3rd grade Activities for all campers include : Instructional Swim • Free swim • Sports including: Basketball, Soccer & Baseball • GaGa • Nature • Kayam Farm • Lake time including: Canoeing, Paddle Boating, and Floating Obstacle Course • Zip Line: Little Breezy for younger campers, Big Breezy for older campers • Science • Cooking • Arts & Crafts • Israeli Dance, Music & Stories • Shabbat Celebrations • Color War • Carnival • Israel Day • Dress up days • Special Guests

Campers will be guided by veteran counselors who will enhance each child’s experience.

This is the first year campers will be introduced to:

Cartooning • Milldale CSI • Jewelry Making • Science of Ice Cream • Sound of Science • Fitness Fun • Stream Hikes • Basketball • Lacrosse • Ultimate Frisbee • Water Polo • Dodge Ball • Boating

For information on our Teen LIT & CIT programs at Milldale for rising 9th and 10th graders, see page 14.

Inclusion Program Camp Milldale’s Inclusion program serves children ages 5-14 with a range of learning, developmental, social, emotional and physical disabilities. For information, call Stacy Israel at 410.559.3576 or email sisrael@jcc.org. Download registration forms at www.campmilldale.org/forms.

Archery • Ropes Challenge Course • Climbing Wall • Big Breezy Zip Line • Electives/Chuggim

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4-6

Learn more about Day Camp at Milldale at www.campmilldale.org or contact Dianne Newborn at 410.559.3513 or dnewborn@jcc.org. Download registration forms at www.campmilldale.org/forms.

Campers in grades 3 to 6 create new adventures each week by choosing their own electives. Options may include:

Olim their skills each year, while having a fun-filled summer.

mechanics and techniques to take skills to a new level.

Electives

Visiting Israel i counselors bring a connect ion to state of Israel the

Tzofim Campers will be guided by veteran counselors who will enhance each child’s experience.

Our more experienced campers enjoy their own exclusive bunk area.

Each year offers campers new challenges and O FIT OPTIONS T S FLEXIBLE N A L P MER YOUR SUM

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opportunities including: Field trips • Overnights • Electives/Chuggim • Archery • Ropes Challenge Course • Climbing Wall • Big Breezy Zip Line

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Youth with an interest in visual arts explore their creative side in a fun and supportive environment. Returning campers, and those with more experience, are given more challenging projects.

Campers receive individualized expert coaching in a supportive environment.

development, teamwork and good sportsmanship.

Program

3-8

entering grades

3-8

2-8

Week Sessions

June 23 — TO —

August 15

Visual Arts Camp at Milldale Activities include: Drawing • Painting • Print Making • Mosaics • Jewelry Design • Paper Making • Art Themed Field Trips • Instructional Swim • Free Swim • Spray Ground • Lake Time • Big Breezy Zip Line

Entering grades

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm

1-8

Extended day available

Learn more about Visual Arts Camp at Milldale at www.campmilldale.org or contact Dianne Newborn at 410.559.3513 or dnewborn@jcc.org. Download registration forms at www.campmilldale.org/forms. Those interested in performing arts should check out our new Habimah Performing Arts Camp at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC. See page 12 for details.

is on skill

 Each week features a different sports theme including

World Cup (Soccer), World Series (Baseball), Super Bowl (Football), Maccabiah (Olympics), and more.

culminates with an end of summer art exhibit.

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 Focus

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1-2

2-8

Week Sessions

June 23 — TO —

August 15

Kickstarter Campers start with the fundamentals before working up to competitive play. Drills • Skills Building • Sports Specific Games • Instructional Swim • Free Swim • GaGa • Outdoor Play • Weekly Guest Visit from Local Sports Personality

entering grades

3-5

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm Extended day available

entering grades

6-8

NEW PROGRA MMING & LOCATION!

Varsity Specialized Sports Camps Dates & times TBA January 2014 Intensive one-week camps focused on skill building and games in a specific sport designed in partnership with respected professionals in each field. Sports include: Basketball • Girls Softball • Boys Baseball • Soccer • Lacrosse • Flag Football

Junior Varsity Campers engage in more challenging activities and take trips off-site. Drills • Skills Building • Game Situational Drills • Sports Games • Free Swim • Instructional Swim (optional) • GaGa • Sports Related Activities • Weekly Field Trips • Overnights • Weekly Guest Visit from Local Sports Personality

For more information on Maccabi Sports Camp, contact Roman Gertsovich at 410.559.3542 or rgertsovich@jcc.org. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

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Campers stay active with a mixture of drills and matches coupled with fast moving and fun indoor gym games (for ages 5+). play indoors.

Together these activities build speed, skill and agility.

We offer a fun environment where campers learn martial arts skills and life lessons.

 Children ages 3 to 6

 Youth, ages 7 and up, play on outdoor courts (weather permitting).

Ages

3-14

1

Week Sessions

June 9 — TO —

August 29

4-16

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 1 pm/4 pm

1

Week Sessions

June 9 — TO —

August 22

ages

5-14

Munchkin Tennis June 9-August 29 9:30 am-1 pm Early drop off available

4-12 Karate Camp with CSA Martial Arts

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Campers earn belts and gain self-confidence while being nurtured and appreciated for their individual personalities and needs. Skills taught will improve awareness, endurance, flexibility, coordination, control and relaxation.

5-14 Tennis & Sports

June 9-20, August 18-29 9:30 am- 4 pm Extended day available

Young campers learn basic tennis skills using the Quick Start™ method utilizing reduced-sized courts, smaller racquets and special balls.

Drills • Matches • Free Hit Time • Capture the Flag • Star Warz • Free Swim • Basketball • Soccer • Flag Football

Tennis

For more information on Tennis Camp, contact Adam Stein at 410.559.3538 or astein@jcc.org. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

June 23 - August 15 9:30 am - 4 pm Extended day available

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm Extended day available

Extended day available ages

ages

Each child is

nurtured and appreciated for his/her individual personalities and needs.

Ages

3-5

Karate • Kung Fu • MMA • Yoga • Nature Walks • Arts & Crafts • Recreational Swim • Instructional Swim (optional) • Special Guest Instructors • Weekly Theme Days • Indoor Camp with Outdoor Activities

ages

13-16 Karate CIT Camp with CSA Martial Arts A four level program designed for those new to CSA as well as long time high ranking students. Assist Younger Campers • Learn Various Martial Art Forms • Gain Leaderships Skills • Earn Community Service Hours

For more information on CSA Karate Camps, contact Jennifer Lake at 410.559.3553 or email jen@csakarate.com. Download registration forms at www.csakarate.com.

Drills • Matches • Free Hit Time • Capture the Flag • Star Warz • Scooter Basketball • Free Swim

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We give campers a chance to step out of their comfort zone so they can encounter and overcome challenges that will enable them to grow in mind, body and spirit.

Aquatics Adventure Camp

 Each year offers new opportunities

2-8 week options June 23-August 15

for advanced skill development.

Entering grades

1-10

June 16 — TO —

August 22

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm entering grades

June 16-20

Year-round Swim Team Boot Camp

entering grades

3-5

6-8

Level 5+ swimmers interested in competitive swimming get a jumpstart on the swim team season. Certified USA Swimming coaches provide intense conditioning designed to improve physical endurance and strength. Campers will also focus on skill improvement and technique enhancements.

Campers learn fundamental competitive swimming skills and aquatic sports.

Junior Varsity Campers engage in more challenging activities and take trips off-site. Instructional Swim • Water Games • Core Strengthening Exercises • Goal Setting • Boating Safety • Stroke Drills • Knots for Sailing and Boating • Free Swim • Snorkeling • Weather Watcher

entering grades

August 18-22

Kickstarter

Instructional Swim • Water Games • Stretching and Basic Fitness • Nautical Crafts • Aquatic Animals • First Aid and Safety for Children • Free Swim • Stroke Drills

Varsity Campers learn how to use aquatic skills for other sports and activities. Coached Swim Practice • Stroke Skill Drills • First Aid/ CPR skills • Navigation • Underwater Exploration (Snorkeling and SCUBA) • Junior Lifeguard Training • Free Swim

JCC Summer Camps 2014

Summer Swim Team Boot Camp

While swimming skill enhancement is at the core of each program, campers will also have the opportunity to expand their aquatics repertoire each year. They’ll learn boating safety, life-saving skills, SCUBA and more. All sessions are led by Certified USA Swimming coaches.

1-2

10

ages

9-16 SPEEDO™ Boot Camp

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Dry-land Training • Stroke Work • Starts and Turns for the Stroke of the Day • Core and Strength Training • Cardio Endurance Training • Stroke Technique Video Reviews • entering grades

F. L.O.A.T.

9-10 Fundamental Leadership of Aquatics Training June 23-July 18/July 21-August 15 Teens spend part of their day earning community service hours by providing leadership and instruction to campers in their care. They also receive advanced training and certification in Aquatics related disciplines which will help them gain employment with top-level Aquatics programs.

For more information on Aquatics Camp, call Sue at 410.559.3536 or email sszembroth@jcc.org. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

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Specialty Camps Our specialty camps are designed for children who have a passion for adventure and self-expression.  Campers are encouraged to open themselves up to fresh ideas and experiences enabling them to build

entering grades

1-5

1-5

entering grades

1-5

Get TWO free tickets ow to a Gordon family sh if you sign up by December 30, 2013

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Week Sessions

Habimah Performing Arts Camp

July 7-18 — OR —

July 21-August 1

5-6

June 16-20, 9 am-4 pm Campers learn how to make the world a better place by participating in a variety of service learning projects and traditional camp activities.

confidence while they gain new skills.

Entering grades

entering grades

Camp Tzedek with JVC

For more information on Camp Tzedek, contact Erica Bloom at 410.369.9302 or ebloom@associated.org. To register visit www.jcc.org/camps.

Monday-Friday 9:30 am to 4 pm

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entering grades

NEW

K-5

Young artists work with visiting specialists from Baltimore’s top performing arts organizations to learn different techniques and gain new skills. Activities are intended to develop creativity, confidence and teamwork. Each session ends with an exciting performance showcase in the Gordon Center.

LEGO Camp with Play-Well TeKnologies August 18-22, 9:30 am-4 pm Extended day available

Don’t delay! t. This program sells ou Space is limited.

Campers spend half their day creating exciting LEGO models with the help of a Play-Well Engineering instructor. The other half will be spent enjoying fun recreational activities.

Improv Acting • Stage Combat • Voice • Hip-Hop Dance • Global Dance • Bucket Band • Ceramics • Free Swim • Outdoor Fun

Grades K-1 Build Cities, Bridges, Motorized Cars and more • Free Swim • Arts & Crafts • Playground and Gym Time

For more information on Habimah Performing Arts Camp, contact Melissa Berman at mberman@jcc.org at 410.559.3593. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

Grades 2-5 Explore concepts in Physics, Architecture, Mechanical and Structural Engineering • Build Gear Cars, Battle Tracks and more • Free Swim • Arts & Crafts • Playground and Gym Time

Tiyulim Travel Camp

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NEW

Session 1: July 7-18 • Pittsburgh/Cleveland/Sandusky Session 2: July 21-August 1 • D.C./Williamsburg/Virginia Beach Week 1: Breaking the ice and getting to know each other is our goal the first week. Participants will engage in fun team building activities and community service at Camp Milldale, Kayam Farm at Pearlstone and downtown Baltimore. Great times continue hanging out with new friends at Hersheypark and the Inner Harbor.

information nights: January 23 or 27 at 7 pm Rosenbloom Ow ings Mills JC

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Week 2 Our young adventurer will love this five day/four night road trip with their new friends, visiting famous theme parks and national attractions. Overnights will be at local JCCs. Session 1: Downtown Pittsburgh • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame/Downtown Cleveland • Khalahari Water Park/Community Service • Cedar Point Amusement Park/Miniature Golf Session 2: National Zoo/National Harbor • Water Country USA • Busch Gardens/Community Service • Virginia Beach & Boardwalk More details on Tiyulim Travel Camp will be available by early January. For more information, contact Brad Kerxton at 410.559.3547 or bkerxton@jcc.org or visit www.jcc.org/camps.

For more information on LEGO Camp, contact Dianne Newborn at 410.559.3513 or dnewborn@jcc.org. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

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Teen Programs Teens encounter numerous opportunities to grow as a person and as a leader through our counselor-intraining programs.

 Participants in the JCC Maccabi Games/ArtsFest and the BZD trip to Israel will find

entering grades

9-12

Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC

meaningful opportunities to connect with other Jewish teens from across the continent and beyond. 

For details, contact Amy Goldberg, Teen Program Associate, at Jewish Volunteer Connection at agoldberg@associated.org or 410.843.7480 or visit www.jvcbaltimore.org.

All of our teen programs are designed to nurture a stronger connection to the Jewish community.

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entering grades

7-8

To register for TNT, parent & teen must attend one of the lottery sessions: Jan. 21 & 22

TNT (Top Notch Teens) Camp Assistants Lottery Sessions: January 21 & 22 at 7 pm Session 1: June 23-July 18 Session 2: July 21-August 15 Monday-Friday, 9 am- 4 pm Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC Teens have fun connecting with other Jewish middle-schoolers while building leadership skills, and earning community service hours. Mornings are spent assisting in the Owings Mills JCC summer camps, including Noah’s Ark, Tennis Camp, Sports Camp, or Performing Arts Camp. Afternoons are spent in electives that teens help create. Leadership Workshops • Basic Red Cross Life-Saving Skills • Trip to Hershey Park • TNT overnight at the “J” • Free admission to Middle School Outdoor Movie Night • Electives may include: Sports • Fitness • Dance • Drama • Art • Photography • Scavenger Hunts • Volunteering • Video Production For more information, contact Brad Kerxton at 410.559.3547 or bkerxton@jcc.org or visit www.jcc.org/camps.

entering grade

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entering grade

10

jewish teens ages

Leaders-in-Training (LIT) June 23- July 18/July 21-August 15 Monday-Friday, 9:30 am-4 pm JCC Camps at Milldale

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13-16 JCC Maccabi Games® Cherry Hill, NJ and Boca Raton, FL August 10-15, 2014

Younger teens gain leadership skills and earn community service hours volunteering as junior counselors.

This Olympic-style experience offers athletes an opportunity to participate in one of 14 sports.

Training Sessions with Local Jewish Communal Professionals • Community Service Projects • Field Trips to Area Attractions • Overnight at Capital Camps • CPR/First Aid Training

Soccer • Basketball • Volleyball • Bowling • Baseball • Table Tennis • Tennis • Swimming • Softball • Dance • Track & Field • Lacrosse • Flag Football • Golf • Inline Hockey

Counselor-in-Training (CIT)

For more information on the JCC Maccabi Games®, contact Paul Lurie at 410.559.3546 or plurie@jcc.org or visit www.jccmaccabigames.org.

June 23-July 18/July 21-August 15 Monday-Friday, 9:30 am- 4 pm JCC Camps at Milldale Older teens receive more intensive training on camp program planning and best practices in working with children. Participants earn community service hours volunteering as junior counselors. Outstanding CIT counselors receive priority in the hiring process for the 2015 JCC camp season, along with a higher starting salary. Interviewing & Job Searching Skills • Field Trips to Area Attractions • Overnight at Capital Camps

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Summer Service Opportunities with Jewish Volunteer Connection

For more information on CIT and LIT, contact Amanda at 410.559.3548 or amax@jcc.org. Download a registration form at www.jcc.org/camps.

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jewish teens ages

13-17 JCC Maccabi ArtsFest® Detroit, MI August 17-22, 2014 Artistic teens enhance their creative skills by participating in workshops, performances, exhibits, and opening and closing events.

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9-12

Teen Israel Experience June 24-July 21 Spend for amazing weeks touring, exploring, experiencing Israel with other Baltimore teens. This trip with Baltimore Zionist District, in cooperation with the JCC, is for Jewish teens currently in grades 9-12. Climb Masada at sunset • Kayak & Rappel in Northern Israel • Shop the Art Markets of Tel Aviv • Enjoy the Delicious Food of the Druze • Connect with Israeli Teens For more information on the Teen Israel Experience, call Paul Lurie at 410.559.3546 or Fran Sonnenschein, Baltimore Zionist District at 410.484.4510 visit www.bzdisrael.org.

capital camps June 22-July 18 July 21-August 10 In Waynesboro, PA

entering grades

3-12

Interested in overnight camp? Explore Capital Camps, the official residential camp of the JCC of Greater Baltimore and other Mid-Atlantic JCCs. For more information call 866.430.2267 or visit www.capitalcamps.org.

Acting/Improv • Musical Theater • Dance • Culinary • Rock Band • Star Reporters • Visual Arts • Vocal Music/Glee For more information on JCC Maccabi Artsfest, contact Melissa Berman at mberman@jcc.org at 410.559.3593 or visit www.jccmaccabiartsfest.org.

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July 21-25

July 28-Aug. 1

Aug. 4-8

Aug. 11-15

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July 14-18

6 wk min/fees vary

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Noah’s Ark NEXT

Ages 4-5

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Noah’s Ark Superstars Sports Camp

Ages 4-5

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$300

Munchkin Tennis

Ages 3-5

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$175

$225

Tennis

Ages 5-14

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$270

$320

We Provide a Safe and Nurturing Environment

Karate

Ages 4-13

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$320

JCC professional staff design and administer programs

Milldale Day Camp

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Maccabi Sports

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Camp Tzedek

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CampS at a glance

Noah’s Ark

Primary Camp Locations

Bus Transportation

Rosenbloom Jewish Community Center 3506 Gwynnbrook Ave., Owings Mills, MD

Door-to-door bus service available for Milldale campers

JCC Camps at Milldale 5425 Mt. Gilead Rd., Reisterstown, MD

Depending on location, pickup from homes will be from

Carefully screened counselors serve as positive

$475/2 wk min

$225

$275

Registered nurses are on-site at both camps

$270

$320

Majority of staff trained in CPR, AED and First Aid

$225

$250

A social worker monitors camper engagement

$495/2 wk

$595/2 wk

$425/2 wk min

$475/2 wk min $320

Visit: CapitalCamps.com

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$350

$550

$1,250/2 wk

$1,500/2 wk

$800/4 wk

$1,175/4 wk

$800/4 wk

$1,175/4 wk

$680/4 wk

$880/4 wk

Rates vary by experience

Rates vary by experience

$2,800/28 days

$2,800/28 days

8 to 9:10 am

Milldale campers registering after April 1 will be assigned

$425/2 wk min

$270

who register by April 1, 2014 ($30/wk)

role models

to the closest Express Bus stop

Express Bus Service Drop Off/Pick Up Locations:

Weinberg Park Heights JCC Park Heights Ave., just above Northern Parkway

Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC Gwynnbrook Ave. between Owings Mills Blvd. and Garrison Forest Rd.

Columbia (location to be determined)

Extended Day Early drop-off and late-stay options are available at both JCC locations

Camp Milldale, Tennis, Aquatics, Maccabi Sports,

Performing Arts and CSA camps provide early drop off starting at 7:30 am and late stay until 6 pm

Noah’s Ark NEXT offers early drop off as early as 7 am

Chizuk Amuno Synagogue At Stevenson Rd. and the Beltway

FREE Express Bus service to JCC Camps at Milldale from the Park Heights JCC, Owings Mills JCC, Columbia, and Chizuk Amuno

Want to send your children to camps in Owings Mills but don’t live nearby? Drop them off at the Park Heights JCC or Chizuk Amuno for our new FREE Express Bus to the Owings Mills JCC.

and pick up by 4 pm

SAVE on Camp! Register by January 26, 2014 and save $50 per camper on 2 to 4 weeks of camp, or save $100 per camper on 5 or more weeks of camp. Offer valid for the following JCC Camps: Day & Visual Arts at Milldale, Tennis camps, Maccabi Sports, Habimah Performing Arts, Aquatics Adventure & Speedo Boot Camp, Tiyulim Travel. Sibling discounts are also available.

=Weekly session dates

*

=Session one =Session two

OM=Owings Mills JCC

Mill=JCC Camps at Milldale

CC=Capital Camps

Fees per week are reduced when booking multiple weeks. For detailed pricing and scheduling information visit: www.jcc.org/camps JCC Summer Camps 2014

Become a JCC member and save on camp! For details visit www.jcc.org/join/join-us.

www.jcc.org/camps

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Jcc SUMMER Camps

Ben and Esther Rosenbloom Jewish Community Center 3506 Gwynnbrook Ave. Owings Mills, MD 21117

Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Baltimore, MD Permit No. 885


JCC Summer Camps Brochure  
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