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For a complete list of hours, call 1-888-569-1000 or visit www.atlanticare.org/urgent. LOCATIONS Berlin Clementon (New Location) Egg Harbor Twp.* Galloway Twp.


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publisher’s note Spring is quickly approaching which means warmer weather, flowers, Mother’s Day, St. Patty’s day and some really great family events! Find out what’s happening in March, April & May in this issue’s “Spring Happenings” section. You can also find more up to date events in our online calendar at jerseyshorefamily.com. We think it is important to make the best informed decision for your child’s education so we put together an easy guide of the best schools in the area—the Jersey Shore Family Annual School Resource Guide. It’s just about time to start thinking about summer plans—we’re here to help with a listing of great local Summer Camps including everything from day camps, to art camps to gymnastic camps. Earth Day is a time to reflect on our planet, our environment and what we can do to help keep them healthy. We can’t think of a better way to do that than the ACUA Earth Day Festival. Find a full guide highlighting the days events starting on page 14.



5-7 Summer Camp Directory......... 8-9 School Directory........................

10-13 Celebrate Earth Day............ 14-15 Book Review ............................ 16-17 Seeds of kindness ........................ 18 Spring Events ..........................

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Meet a special little person in our community who is making a big difference on page 18. Find out how Brynley Riis is making children feel welcome with hand made back sacks.

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50 Years of trusted daycare & preschool ages six-weeks to Pre-K Early Childhood

Milton & Betty

Katz JCC 501 Jerome Avenue 501North N. Jerome Avenue Margate, NJ Margate, NJ 08402 jccatlantic.org

609.822.1167 Ext. 130

• Experienced Staff • Flexible Hours 6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Steam Curriculum • Gym & Swim Classes • Science & Nature Room • Competitive Tuition Rates • State Subsidies Accepted

For full program details visit jccatlantic.org, or call 609-822-1167 Ext. 130 to schedule a tour.


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609-390-5717 [main #], 465-0062, 625-8559, (800) 708-8867 www.clubztutoring.com Tutoring one on one in home or public library, all grades and all subjects. Qualified/Certified teachers. Serving all of Atlantic, Cape May, and Ocean Counties.

Toddler Town Infant Nursery & Pre-School

“Quality Care When You’re Not There”


State subsidized child care accepted

101 Morton Ave., Absecon

Involved in GROW NJ KIDS

(609) 646-3435, (609) 383-1036 www.kidacademy.com KidAcademy Learning Center offers a High Reach Curriculum which focuses on a monthly theme. Each month the children will enjoy learning academically through hands on activities as well as doing daily art, science, cooking and physical education. Our program offers qualified degreed teachers and a state of the art facility. We have programs for ages 6 weeks to 12 yrs.

425 S. Egg Harbor Rd. • Hammonton

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LINWOOD NURSERY SCHOOL 2025 Shore Road, Linwood

501 N. Jerome Avenue, Margate


609-822-1167, Ext. 130


www.jccatlantic.org Would you like a preschool with a TRUE CLASS MODEL where your child can develop lasting friendships in seeing the same children everyday (rather than a day care model)? Now in its 40th year, the school is a nonreligious educational experience in which parents get to really enjoy and actively participate in their children’s early school years. We have wonderful, qualified teachers in the classroom, but it is the children’s parents who actually run the school. This is done through volunteer Board and Committee members who are parents of the current students. At our school, each parent serves in a volunteer position based on their level of availability. We enable ownership in your child’s education- this can range from serving on the board in voting on all matters of running the school to raking leaves on our playground with other parents, preparing goodie bags for the kids’ holiday parties, or planning creative fundraisers to benefit the school. There is a small responsibility that can fit most parents’ busy schedules. Each parent also has the opportunity to attend class with their child about once per month to see firsthand the play-based learning that naturally teaches the skills to prepare for kindergarten. We are one of the few preschools in the area that offers a true class model where the same children see each other on regularly scheduled days as compared to the day care model where parents drop their children off as needed. This is a school where you will get to know every student in your child’s class, as well as their parents. We are the ONLY COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL in Atlantic County


The Katz JCC Early Childhood Education Center provides an educational daycare program as well as nationally recognized preschool programs for children ages six weeks through Pre-K that foster a love of learning, and the development of social skills in a unique, high-quality educational setting. The JCC’s enhanced education and activity curriculum includes swim classes in an indoor pool, planned activities in a full-sized gym, expansive outdoor recreation facilities, computer classes, and hands-on science classes in an interactive nature and science room. Programs include infant and toddler, two-year-old and preschool. Flexible hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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TODDLER TOWN, LLC 425 South Egg Harbor Road, Hammonton

609-561-7300 A licensed child care center that accepts children 6wks-6yrs. Hours of operation are M-F, 6:30am-6pm. Very reasonable rates and will accommodate flexible schedules. State subsidized child care accepted. Involved in GROW NJ KIDS. Like us on Facebook.



Are you a parent who wants to be INVOLVED in your child’s preschool experience? Do you want to develop CLOSE CONNECTIONS with other parents in your community? Call us, email us or message us on Facebook today!

(609) 641-3417



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CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION 609-652-0498 Jersey Shore Family School Resource Guide 2016


Summer Camp Directory CAMP BY THE SEA Milton & Betty Katz JCC 501 N. Jerome Avenue, Margate

609-822-1167, Ext. 138 www.campbythesea.org The Milton & Betty Katz JCC’s Camp By The Sea, has been delivering fun in the sun for children ages two through tenth grade for 70 years. A trusted resource for South Jersey families, and open to everyone regardless of religious affiliation, the JCC’s summer camp program is conveniently located in its Margate, Atlantic County facility.

Featuring day trips to local amusement parks, water parks and state parks; seaside activities including surf lessons, stand-up paddle boarding, bay kayaking and even parasailing, our camp offers flexible scheduling up to a full eight-week enrollment. Camp By The Sea also offers 17 Specialty Camps tailored to specific interests. Both budget and schedule friendly, Specialty Camps are one-week programs making an experience-rich summer accessible to everyone. If travel is your teen’s passion, Camp By The Sea is offering three amazing Teen Tours with its 2016 Road Rulz Travel Camp.

“25” Years of Educating for Success!

Enroll by 4/30 and receive a


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Standing Tall Daycare 182 S. New York Rd. Suite A, Galloway

(609) 652-8657

609-652-0498 www.standingtalldaycare.com Dreaming Tree Summer Camp will let your child explore and learn this summer while having the most fun possible for an affordable price. We will be offering an adjustable 9-hour day to fit your work schedule with trips and snacks included.


609-408-0797 www.thebarnnj.com The Barn Studio and Gallery connects South Jersey with quality art education and appreciation. All teachers are NJ Certified Art Educators and artists. SPRING BREAK CAMP: Not flying to somewhere warmer this Spring Break and want to make this vacation more fun? Come join us Monday-Thursday mornings and make art at The Barn! Welcome Spring with a new birdhouse to hang, a color pencil perspective design, and an acrylic painting! Register with a deposit by March 1 and receive 10% off! AFTER SCHOOL ART This afterschool program is for our younger artists who love ART! Spend Wednesdays after school painting, drawing, coloring and doing what we do best- being creative! SUMMER Camps: Camps begin June 20! Join us for Weaving, Painting & Drawing, Mixed Media, Sewing, Art for Special Needs, and More!

636 S. New York Road, Galloway Like us on Facebook... Galloway Summer Camp begins June 20th and ends Aug. 26th. Camp Hours 9 am - 3 pm. Before/After available 8 am - 5:30 pm A safe, exciting environment where your kids will swim, play, create and attend weekly field trips all while building friendships! Camp Motto... “If your Kids come home clean... then we didn’t do our job!”


609-829-2184 www.JerseyShoreGymnastics.com Make your summer fun, exciting and active at Jersey Shore Gymnastics! Enjoy our 12.000 square foot air conditioned facility equipped with in ground trampolines, tumble tracks and pits. Here at Jersey Shore Gymnastics there is something for everyone!



Begins Jun

e 20

Bringing Art to the Community The Barn Studio and Gallery connects South Jersey with quality art education and appreciation. All teachers are NJ Certified Art Educators and artists. SPRING BREAK CAMP Welcome Spring with all new 3-d and 2-d art projects this week! Mon.-Thurs., March 28-31st , 10am-Noon • Ages 9+ • $115 AFTER SCHOOL ART (Ages 5-8) Painting, drawing, coloring and being creative! Wednesdays 4:30-5:30, April 6,13,20,27 • $50 AFTER SCHOOL ART (Ages 9-12) Love ART? Advance your art skills! Wednesdays 4:30-5:30, May 4,11,18,25 • $50 SUMMER Camps: Camps begin June 20! Join us for Weaving, Painting & Drawing, Mixed Media, Sewing, Art for Special Needs, and More!

thebarnnj.com • 609-408-0797

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G N I R SP MARCH EVENTS MARCH 2 Happy Birthday DR. SEUSS Celebrate with these fun events through the Atlantic County Library System: Afternoon Movie In Search of Dr. Seuss 4-6pm Mays Landing Branch Open to all. Celebrate the birth of Dr. Seuss with this humorous & entertaining exploration of the life of Theodor Geisel, as told by the Cat in the Hat & other favorite characters.

March 17, 2016

EASTER EVENTS March 26, 11:30am-12:30pm Pancake Breakfast with the Easter Bunny, Steel Pier

March 26, 2pm Fox in Socks Craft 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Ventnor Branch Suggested for ages 4-6. Registration requested. One craft, two craft, red craft, blue craft! Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday with a craft inspired by a beloved book & be on the lookout for a visit from a special friend!

Easter Egg Hunt on the Beach Steel Pier Goodie Bag Give Away: Ages 0-12 must be accompanied by an adult.

March 27, 1pm Best Dressed Contest Steel Pier Easter Bunny arrives and will be giving away goodie bags while supplies last.

March 26, 9-11 AM Easter Bunny Breakfast (fee) Smithville

March 27, 1pm

St. Patricks Day PARADES

Easter Parade begins Smithville

March 26 Easter Egg Hunt Rotary Park, Egg Harbor City Children up to age 9 are invited to hunt for eggs, meet with the Easter Bunny, and find the special eggs for an extra prize.

North Wildwood, Atlantic Ave.

March 12 - Parade begins at 11:30 AM

Atlantic City, Boardwalk March 12 - Parade begins at 1 PM

Sea Isle, Landis Ave. March 12 - Celebration starts at 3:30 PM


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Happenings APRIL 30 & MAY 1 Renaissance Faire, Smithville

EVENTS APRIL 24, 10AM - 4PM Earth Day Festival Rain or Shine Haneman Environmental Park, Egg Harbor Township

Travel back to the days of yore and merry olde England as the historic village of Smithville is transformed into the Shire of Smithville in the heart of the English Renaissance. Fun for the whole family including comedy, tragedy, sword fighting, dance, song, knights, jesters and so much more. Stroll amongst the wares of the local vendors and traveling merchants sporting historical gifts and finely crafted items.

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Children’s Festival, Smithville Free event of children’s activities.


MAY 7 Eco Fair WheatonArts Artful Living, Hand Made and Home Grown.

This free “Community Open House” showcases home grown native plants, herbs and berries, handmade items from New Jersey artists and craftspeople, wellness information and a variety of hands-on crafts and activities for families.

Free for MOMS at:

• Absecon Lighthouse • Wonderland Pier • Steel Pier • Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks. • The Atlantic City Aquarium • Jersey Shore Children’s Museum • Sahara Sams *See our complete list at Jerseyshorefamily.com

MAY 14 & 15, 10AM-5PM

MAYFEST at Historic Smithville & Village Greene – A celebration with crafters, food vendors and music


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G Happenings MAY 14, 11 AM Captain Kidd Pirate Day Wildwood Pirate costume parade begins on 26th & the Boardwalk, a Treasure hunt to follow at 19th & beach, North Wildwood for children ages 12 and under.

MAY 27- 30

Memorial Day Parades Egg Harbor City, Philadelphia Ave. Begins at 9:30am - Services in Lincoln Park & Egg Harbor City Cemetery Stone Harbor - Begins at 12pm Linwood, starting at Poplar Ave - Begins at 10:00am

Memorial Day Ceremony Cape May - Begins at 11:00am North Wildwood, North Wildwood Veterans Monument - Begins at 10am Sea Isle - Begins at 10:00am

1344 Tilton Road, Northfield, NJ International Kite Festival Wildwood FREE to spectators! The largest kite festival in North America taking place on the Beach at Rio Grande Avenue in Wildwood and inside the Wildwoods Convention Center featuring kite makers from around the world flying their most incredible colorful creations.

MAY 30


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Celebrate Earth Day with ACUA This year’s 26th Annual Earth Day Festival will be held on Sunday, April 24, 2016 (rain or shine) at 6700 Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township from 10 am until 4 pm. There are lots of free fun, educational activities for everyone. The celebration has many new exciting events in addition to traditional favorites. Over 100 vendors, crafters and exhibitors will be part of the celebration. “Thanks to South Jersey Gas, and the other Earth Day sponsors, ACUA is able to offer a full-day of environmental entertainment and education for the whole family,” said Rick Dovey, ACUA President. “One of the primary goals of ACUA’s Earth Day event is to educate participants about the importance of protecting our environment and how easily we can all do our part. Through the generous support of our sponsors, we’re able to bring a wide range of information to visitors in a way that’s enjoyable for the entire family,” said Dovey. FREE WORKSHOPS

Free workshops will be held every hour from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the amphitheater. Topics include organic gardening, backyard chickens, native plants for pollinators, permaculture and rain barrels. Composting demonstrations will be held throughout the day in the community garden. WIND, SOLAR AND WASTEWATER FACILITY TOURS

This is the eleventh year that the public is welcome to take tours of New Jersey’s first commercial wind farm. Free shuttle will take participants to and from the wind farm from the Environmental Park


in Egg Harbor Township beginning at 10 a.m. (last shuttle at 3:15 p.m.). In addition, tours of the ACUA Wastewater Treatment Facility, solar project and green roof will be available. RECYCLING CENTER TOURS

This sophisticated system of conveyors, magnets, eddy currents, optical sorting and manual quality control sorting is incredible! Come see how mixed recycling collected from Atlantic County residents, schools and businesses is processed and separated into valuable commodities to market. ECO HAYRIDES

Eco Hayrides, a perennial favorite, take visitors to the top of the landfill for panoramic views of the area, including Atlantic City and the Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm. SEEDLINGS

The ACUA will be giving out free Redbud tree seedlings, as well as free seed packets. ENTERTAINMENT

Don’t miss the Turtlesinger, an interactive program and where you will learn about, touch and feed live turtles. Be an actor in Middle Earth Studios’ performance and meet “Wally Gator”, “Larry” the boa constrictor and other friends at Jungle John’s Reptile Show. Woodford Cedar Run will be presenting their Raptors and Reptiles program and will have a table exhibit with live birds of prey and reptiles. Other highlights include games, live music, pony rides and pictures with Supercan.

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Part of the celebration includes exhibits by many community and environmental groups including: Atlantic City Aquarium and their touch tank, Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association, Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, Marine Mammal Stranding Center, The Wetlands Institute will also feature a touch tank, Community Food Bank, American Littoral Society, Cape May County Park and Zoo, animal activist groups, solar vendors, the New Jersey Electric Auto Association and many wellness/family service organizations. CRAFTERS/VENDORS

A variety of items will be for sale during the festival such as handmade jewelry, energy efficient lighting, vegetable and native plants, bird houses and feeders, baked goods, alpaca products, books, handmade glass items, local honey, health/nutritional products, re-

purposed/upcycled items and art, and fair trade products. COLORS OF THE EARTH 5K RUN

Join us for our 3rd Annual Colors of the Earth 5k Run. This is an untimed event that emphasizes fun over competition. It is open to all runners and is limited to the first 200 participants. Runners will be given white t-shirts and sunglasses as part of their registration fee. As you run the course you’ll pass through four color stations where volunteers will blast runners with dyed cornstarch. Please register online (pre-registration required). All proceeds from the run will benefit a local charity. RECYCLED ART CONTEST

Come see the projects created for the second annual Recycled Art Contest! All art will be on display at the festival and awards will be presented to the winners in each age group. Visit www.acua.com/earthday for details. FREE ADMISSION & PARKING!!!

Rain or Shine! • Colors of the Earth 5-K Fun Run at 8:30 am pre-registration req’d - limited to 200 participants • “Eco” Hayrides to the top of the landfill • Shuttle tours to the solar & wind farm at ACUA’s Wastewater Facility • Interactive entertainment - Jungle John’s Reptile Show, be an actor in Middle Earth Studio’s performance and meet“Wally Gator” & Woodford Cedar Run’s Raptors & Reptiles program • Live Turtle Presentation with the Turtlesinger • Woodford Cedar Run – Birds of Prey & Reptiles • Atlantic City Aquarium’s new Touch Tank • Free Workshops: Organic Gardening, Backyard Chickens, Native Plants for Pollinators, Permaculture and Rain Barrels • Plus Arts, Crafts, Games, Live Music, Food Court & more!

Sponsored by:

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Sunday, April 24 10 – 4 p.m.

Atlantic County Utilities Authority 6700 Delilah Rd., Egg Harbor Twp. 609-272-6950 or 1-800-613-ACUA www.acua.com/earthday



reviews FOR AGES 2 to 5

Bear and Bunny

by Daniel Pinkwater, Illustrated by Will Hillenbrand (Candlewick Press 2015 $15.99) Beloved children’s author Daniel Pinkwater and mixed media illustrator Will Hillenbrand score with another lovely picture book titled Bear and Bunny. This book by Candlewick Press was released in December 2015. This book is the next adventure of Bear and Bunny who met in Bear in Love where Bear and Bunny become friends. They like to wander in the woods, talk to each other until they tire and need naps. The charm of their friendship is that they do not even recognize they are from two different species: “You see the bear is sure the bunny is a very small bear. The bunny is sure that the bear is a very large bunny.” One day, they discuss why they want a pet to take care of and feed, and share love. A pinecone Bear finds doesn’t seem to be a good pet, nor does the caterpillar Bunny spots on a tree. Eventually they see something moving up in the tree and assume it is a kitten. As a read-aloud, this is where the parents and kids listening to the story will love this twist to the story. (What Bear and Bunny help down out of the tree is really a frog but they are convinced it is a kitten.) Young children and their parents will love this story of friendship and acceptance. Bear, Bunny and Kitten prove that family is what you make, and hopefully we can look forward to reading many more of their adventures.

Newly orphaned Jax wakes up on the day after his thirteenth birthday to find…nothing. Well, not exactly nothing. Cars, houses and Walmarts are still there but no people. Is it a Zombie apocalypse? An Alien invasion? No, it’s Grunsday. An extra day between Wednesday and Thursday that only people who call themselves Transitioners--they transition between the two timelines—experience. There is another race called the Kin that are trapped in the eighth day, only living on Grunsday. Both Kin and Transitioners have some limited magic powers dating back to the time of King Arthur when the Kin started making war on the Normals. This was why the Eighth-Day Spell was created and there are some powerful Kin families who would like nothing more than to break the spell. Jax discovers a young Kin living next door, Evangeline, and it is his job to help keep her safe from people who would use her to break the spell. Breaking the spell could trigger a real apocalypse. But on Eighth Day you can trust no one and not everyone is who—or what—they seem.

— Mary Beth Fine, Outreach Services, Atlantic County Library System

— Jennifer L. Altman, Atlantic County Library System/Somers Point



The Eighth Day

by Dianne K. Salerni (Harper Collins Children, 2014, $16.99)

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own charms and a cast of characters that are wellthought-out and leap off the page with life.


The Eighth Day

by K.E. Ormsbee (Chronicle Books, 2015, $16.99)

The Water and the Wild by K. E. Ormsbee is a middle grade fantasy novel that follows Lottie Fiske into a magical world and on a journey that is reminiscent of C.S. Lewis’ Chronicles of Narnia. It also contains the everlasting friendship that binds together the Golden Trio of Rowling’s Harry Potter series as Lottie races against the clock with her new friends to find the cure for Eliot, the one friend that’s always stood by her side. But even though it reminds of the books from my childhood that stuck with me through the years, it contains its

The story never drags as we take the epic journey through the sprites’ world that’s on the brink of war: learning with Lottie of the genda, the bird familiars that all sprites possess, and the magical keen that is unique to every sprite and sometimes isn’t so much a gift as a curse. The worst part of the book was that it came to an end, and it will leave the reader eager for the next installment. Kristen Comeaux, Atlantic County Library System/Egg Harbor Township




Local student makes a Difference! By Mari Dattolo

Brynley Riis, a local ten year old, started making back sacks with her grandmother as a project that grew into a welcome gift for children at the Atlantic City Rescue Mission. As a volunteer at the Shelter, her Mom, Stephanie, introduced Brynley and her twin, Emiley to the rewards of helping kids who are less fortunate. Over summer vacation, the girls with their mom, worked on the Rescue Mission’s Farm and then started selling “Brynley’s Bags” to finance the project. Brynley says, “I thought it would be a good idea to donate them because kids love them so much and we thought it would be a nice treat for their arrival”. Brynley is a student at Linwood’s Belhaven School and hopes that her


school will join her effort to make a difference for the less fortunate kids who live at the Shelter. She says, “I think that kids should always try help out others and be thankful for what they have because some kids don’t have as much stuff as we do.” Recently, she worked at her first craft show at Mays Landing’s “Art in the Park” followed by Ocean City’s Block Party. Brynley’s Bags have an active Facebook Page where you can reach them to put your order in. Bag sacks start at $15 with a variety of patterns and run up to $25 for large quilted options. Messages are typically returned the same day. For more information visit www.facebook.com/brynleysbags

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For Campers Entering Kindergarten thru 7th Grade!

Weekly Sessions… Pick & Choose your Weeks or… Sign up for the Entire Summer!


1. June 20-24th ~ Philadelphia Zoo $205 2. June 27-July 1st ~ Blackbeard’s Cave $205 3. July 5-8th (Closed July 4th) ~ Bowling $164 4. July 11-15th ~ Sahara Sam’s $205 5. July 18-22nd ~ Adventure Aquarium $205 6. July 25-29th ~ OC Playland Amusements $205 7. August 1-5th ~ Movies $205 8. August 8-12th ~ Wildwood’s Splash Zone $205 9. August 15-19th ~ Tilt Studio’s $205 10. August 22-26th ~ OC Water Park $205 Registration Fee $30 (One time)

Weekly Field trip; Daily Swimming; Outdoor/Indoor Games; Crafts; Water Ice; Camp T-Shirt; Camp Water bottle; Lunch Bag; Special Treats & Lots of FUN!

Registration dates…

Sat. March 12th 9-12 noon Tues. March 15th 5-7:30 pm Wed. March 16th 5-7:30 pm

Full & Pay in Register & Sign ups h c r a M t a . Receive..

Deposit Info… 1st Week ... $50; each add week $30; One time Registration Fee… $30 (That’s only $350 Deposit to register for the whole summer!)

Info...Contact Community Services @ 652-8657!!! Jersey Shore Family School Resource Guide 2016


Give Them A Summer To Remember. NEW CAMPERS SAVE


When when registered for Camp By The Sea by April 1, 2016 and paid in full by May 1, 2016.

Milton & Betty

Katz JCC

• Programs for Ages 2 – 10th Grade • Flexible Enrollment up to 8-weeks • 17 Budget Friendly Specialty Camps • Convenient Location • Transportation Available

Visit campbythesea.org for full program details or call 609-822-1167 Ext. 134 to schedule a tour. *In order to qualify for this special offer, campers must not have attended Camp By The Sea in 2014 or 2015. A $200 (per camper) registration fee and a completed registration form must be submitted by April 1, 2016 for the $50 discount. An “additional” $100 discount will be applied when campers attending 4 or more weeks of Camp By The Sea are paid in full (tuition and membership valid through August 31, 2016) before May 1, 2016. Campers attending Camp By The Sea for 1-3 weeks and paid in full (tuition and membership valid through August 31, 2016) by May 1, 2016 will receive a $50 discount. The pay in full by May 1, 2016 discount applies to new and returning campers. This special offer does not apply to JCC Specialty Camps.


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