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Levite Jewish Community Center Summer Day Camps 2015




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Summer Camp at the J General Camp Information

Camp LJCC offers weekly day camps to the entire Birmingham community for children entering grades 1 - 8. We offer camps all 11 weeks of summer and most importantly, our camp has a “camp a la carte” system that allows you to plan your summer exactly as you wish - sign up for one week or all eleven. You can mix and match weeks with day camp, specialty and/or sport camps.

Camp Hours: 9 am - 3:30 pm AM Care: 7 am - 9 am PM Care: 3:30 - 6 pm

Camp Weeks

Pre-Camp Mini Camp: May 26 - May 29 Week 1: June 1 - June 5 Week 2: June 8 - June 12 Week 3: June 15 - June 19 Week 4: June 22 - June 26 Week 5: June 29 - July 3 Week 6: July 6 - July 10 Week 7: July 13 - July 17 Week 8: July 20 - July 24 Week 9: July 27 - July 31 Post-Camp Mini Camp: Aug. 3 - Aug. 7

All Camps Include: Swim Lessons/Free Swim Field Trips/Outings Special Guests Shabbat Celebrations Late Nights General Camp Activities: Sports, Music, Cooking, Science and Nature, and MORE!



PM Care


AM Care LJCC Camp Adds-Ons...

Hot lunch

if you need it, we have it!

Kosher hot lunch is available for purchase everyday for $6 per day. Mon. - Chicken Nuggets Tues. - Hot Dog Wed. - Turkey Sandwich Thurs. - Grilled Cheese Fri. - Pizza If you would like to order lunch please fill out the lunch order form available online or at the Welcome Desk.

AM and PM Camp Care We offer before-camp and after-camp care where kids will continue to be well cared for in a safe, happy, meaningful, and enriching program designed to help meet the needs of busy families. You may choose morning and/or afternoon childcare. In the morning, from 7–9 am kids will be welcomed to the LJCC by counselors who will help them wake-up and get ready for a great day at camp. During our Afternoon Care, from 3:30–6 pm, fully supervised by our counselors, kids will have an opportunity to finish a project, enjoy more time in the pool, play games or sports, or even relax in the Youth Lounge after a fun day at camp. AM Morning Care, 7 am-9 am Price: $30/wk MVP: $20/wk

Summer Camp Swim Lessons

The primary goal of the LJCC Summer Aquatics Program is to teach water safety skills and basic strokes to all campers while maintaining small group lessons. LJCC instructors follow all American Red Cross Swim Instruction guidelines and lesson plans. Weekly updates of your camper’s aquatics progress will be available online. Contact our Aquatics Director, Miriam Sokol, at or 205.879.0411 to find out more about the Swim Lessons offered to summer campers.

PM Afternoon Care, 3:30 pm-6 pm Price: $30/wk MVP: $20/wk


LJCC Summer Camp! A summer tradition since 1952! At the Levite Jewish Community Center, our camps are filled with opportunities for campers to play, explore, and experience all that camp has to offer in an environment based on Jewish values and culture. Our camp program is open to everyone and includes indoor and outdoor activities, singing, dancing, sports activities, swim, field trips, and much more! We hope that you will join us this summer!

Meet our Camp Leaders Camp Administrator, Kathy Norris, is a graduate of the University of Alabama. She has spent 20 years as a 5th/6th grade teacher in the Jefferson County school system. For the past 4 years, she has been an instructional coach and reading specialist. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Kathy is an avid sports fan, especially college football. This will be Kathy’s second summer at Camp LJCC and she is excited about this years camps and is looking forward to seeing familiar faces and meeting lots of new ones.

Camp Director, Adam Levin was born and raised in

Atlanta. He worked summers at Camp Barney Medintz from 1993-2000, while he attended graduate school for a teaching certificate. During his summers at CBM, Adam worked as a counselor, unit head, head of sports, and program director, before becoming Assistant Director in autumn of 2000, where he stayed until autumn of 2014. Adam earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Georgia in 1992 & taught 8th grade algebra in Atlanta from 1996-2000.

You can email Adam at

Asst. Camp Director, Abby Durham, graduated from the University of Kansas with a Bachelors in Religious Studies & a minor in Jewish Studies. She began her camp career at the Memphis JCC working as a CIT all the way to a senior counselor. During her final summer there she was the TAG specialist (Jewish specialist). She has also spent many summers at Henry S. Jacobs Camp as a staff member & camper. She is the J’s Community Youth Group Coordinator. She is currently continuing her education by earning a master’s in Jewish Education.

Kockavim Unit Head, Alaina Tow, started teaching preschoolers in 1989 while attending college at Jefferson State Community College. After earning an Associates degree in Early Childhood Development and working at the college as a lab instructor, she found full time employment at the Cohn ECLC in 1994. Alaina started off as a teacher of the 18 month olds and found herself working with 2’s, 3’s and eventually with Ilanot (Pre K). She would one day like to open an orphanage. Alaina says, “Through my teaching experience, God will give me the foundation I need to help me be successful in reaching my goal.”

You can email Abby at







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Barbara Traweek, Cohn Early Childhood Learning Center Director, has been working at

the J since 1993, first as a preschool teacher and then becoming Director of the Cohn ECLC. She received her degree from UAB in Early Childhood & Elementary Education. Barbara has been a member of the J since 1976 and she is also an alum of the LJCC Summer Camps. You can email Barbara at

Camp K’Ton Ton (18 months - 4 years) Infant Half Day Program

Our eight week camp offers preschoolers a chance to enjoy a variety of recreational and educational summer experiences including cooking, camping, science, dance, music and more. The activity filled days are designed to expand your child’s interests, teach skills and promote group cooperation through swimming, outdoor activities, creative movement, arts and crafts and Judaic programming.

Beth Lovett, Cohn Early Childhood Learning Center Assistant Director, has a Bachelor of Arts

degree in English from the University of Alabama at Birmingham. She began working at the LJCC in 2009, and transferred to Early Childhood in 2011. Beth says, “I love being around the children every day, and I can’t wait for a great summer!” You can email Beth at

Each week features outdoor games, swimming, arts and crafts, and special activities for each age group. For more information about Camp ECLC, please contact Barbara Traweek at 205.879.0411 or or Beth Lovett at 205.879.0411 or






Camp Kochavim Camp LJCC Chaverim (Friends)

Camp Kochavim (Stars) - Rising Kindergarteners

Rising 1st Grade Camp Chaverim is designed to meet the needs of campers who are making the transition from kindergarten to 1st grade.

The Cohn ECLC presents eight weeks of summer fun for rising kindergarteners. A traditional day camp experience, Camp Kochavim provides campers with a variety of exciting activities designed to foster independence and group cooperation while making new friends.

Chalutzim (Pioneers)

Rising 2nd and 3rd Grade Chalutzim provides active young campers the wonders and excitement of a Jewish day camp experience. From the pool to the playground and beyond, the Chalutzim day is filled with laughter, singing, and ruach (spirit), all within a positive and nurturing environment.

Olim (Explorers)

Rising 4th-6th Grades Olim campers spend their days immersed in active and engaging programming that keeps them busy indoors and outdoors.











Friends Chalutzim

Pioneers Day Camp

Pre-Camp Mini Camp & Post-Camp Mini Camp

For rising 1st -6th grades Weeks 1-9 Day Camp is our traditionally styled day camp and includes activities such as swimming, swim lessons, field trips, sports, games, art, hiking, cooking and special events that provide a variety of experiences that are challenging as well as exciting.

May 26 - 29 & Aug. 3 - 7 Pre- and Post-Camp Mini Camps are our traditionally styled day camp for the weeks preceding and following the official summer weeks. These camps include activities such as swimming, swim lessons, sports, games, art, hiking, cooking and special events. Pre-Camp Mini Camp Rates

$175/wk (rising Kindergarten) $205/wk (rising 1st grade) $220/wk (rising 2nd & 3rd grades) $225/wk (rising 4th - 6th grades) MVP* $150/wk (rising Kindergarten) $160/wk (rising 1st grade) $170/wk (rising 2nd & 3rd grades) $175/wk (rising 4th - 6th grades)

Post-Camp Mini Camp Rates:

$200/wk (rising Kindergarten) $230/wk (rising 1st grade) $245/wk (rising 2nd & 3rd grades) $250/wk (rising 4th - 6th grades)

$200/wk (rising Kindergarten) $230/wk (rising 1st grade) $245/wk (rising 2nd & 3rd grades) $250/wk (rising 4th - 6th grades) MVP* $175/wk (rising Kindergarten) $185/wk (rising 1st grade) $195/wk (rising 2nd & 3rd grades) $200/wk (rising 4th - 6th grades)

MVP* $175/wk (rising Kindergarten) $185/wk (rising 1st grade) $195/wk (rising 2nd & 3rd grades) $200/wk (rising 4th - 6th grades)

*MVP - Member Value Price 6

Please contact Adam Levin with any questions about Camp LJCC at 205.510.9022 or at







Unlimited Sports


Specialty Camps Tennis Camp

Basketball Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Weeks 1, 7 & 9 (June 1-5, July 13-17, & July 27-31) Join us on the courts and learn solid foundation in stroke development, as well as targeting footwork to aid players at any level. There will be games and match play for all ability levels. Tennis camp will also include swimming and other traditional camp activities as well. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 2 (June 8-12) Your camper will have the opportunity to learn new or improve his or her basketball skills, and to be part of a team experience that will positively shape his or her life. Our basketball camp can help your camper build his or her skills, confidence, team spirit and give him or her a sense of accomplishment when the week is finished. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

Knight Chess Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Weeks 1 & 6 (June 1-5 & July 6-10) Partnering with Dr. Brooks Knight School, your camper will get a week full of chess instruction and tournaments. Learn the value of teamwork and cooperation with different chess exercises. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

**All Specialty campers will also participate in swimming and other traditional day camp activities. *MVP - Member Value Price 7



Color War





Day Camp Spirit Stick

Flag Football

The Great Outdoors Camp

Flag Football Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 2 (June 8-12) Your camper will explore the outdoors through fun, engaging, and challenging adventures. They will enjoy activities like hiking, fishing, team-building games, crafts, and more designed to inspire and thrill. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 3 (June 15-19) Whether your camper is just starting out or playing at an elite level, this camp is a perfect fit! Offering all the fun of tackle football without the same risk of injury, flag football is emerging as the youth sport of choice among parents who question whether kids should play tackle football. Patterned after regular football, flag football is a no-contact game. Instead of tackling the ball carrier, defensive players try to pull the flags off the ball carrier’s belt. It’s the perfect game for boys or girls. If your child wants to play football, why risk the injuries in tackle? Make it flag football instead! $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

Broadway at the J Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Weeks 3 & 4 (June 15-26) Rehearse and perform in the world premiere of “Magic in the Attic,” a funny Jewish/Yiddish twist on some of our best-loved fairy tales (Cinderella, The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg, and more). Every camper will have at least one speaking role and will learn the basics of how to use the three actor tools - body, voice and imagination - to bring this brand-new play to life. $500/2wks MVP* $390/2wks





All Sports

Creative Explorations

All Sports Camp



Legorobotics Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 4 (June 22-26) This one-week program is specially offered by our own Sports Director, Kreston Collins. Your camper will move and laugh to nonstop excitement and a fun-filled week of sports and games. Loads of equipment and a variety of activities each day introducing multisports including basketball, soccer, baseball, floor hockey, football, and more. Teamwork and good sportsmanship are stressed. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 4 (June 22-26) Power up your engineering skills with over 100,000 pieces of LEGOS! Your camper will apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and more! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning campers to engineer at the next level. Lego camp will also include swimming and other traditional camp activities as well. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

Bump, Set, Spike! Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 5 (June 29 - July 3) Your camper will be provided a structured learning environment to develop basic volleyball skills. Sessions are designed to build and enhance fundamental skills, team strategies and team work to build confidence. Campers will be taught: serving, passing, setting, hitting, blocking and game play. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk






Starfish Circus Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 5 (June 29 - July 3) In just five days at our camp Starfish coaches cast and rehearse with the campers, training them in aerial skills, partner acrobatics, clowning, juggling and showmanship as well as proper stretching and conditioning, with a focus on safety and achievement. Working in duos, trios and groups, the camper performers prepare and present a 60-minute circus show for their family, friends and community. In the process, they learn to set and achieve personal goals, conquer their apprehensions and shine as part of a team. The Starfish approach is full inclusion. All ages and abilities are cast and work together. Starting with simple yet impressive stunts, shy or apprehensive performers gain confidence and experiment with fearlessness. Older students learn leadership skills by working with younger children. The more adept help ready and refine other performers’ routines, and the individualists discover that only the group can build a pyramid. $320/wk MVP* $255/wk

UAB Soccer Camp

For ages 5-12 Week 6 (July 6-10) Each session will focus on skill development for young soccer players. Campers will learn soccer skills and techniques through exercises and games specifically designed for the young player. Campers are encouraged to learn and develop at their own pace under the careful guidance of the director and his expert staff. The emphasis is always on fun and learning. Register Online at

Top Chef Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 6 (July 6-10) Come prepared to create a smorgasbord of delicious delights. Each day will be a new recipe and a new chance for your camper to take turns measuring, pouring, and stirring in our kitchen! $260/wk MVP* $210/wk



Mad Science





Bring it on: Cheer Camp!

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 7 (July 13-17) Three cheers for the J! Your camper will be full of spirit as she/he learns the basics of cheerleading—stunts, jumps, cheers and tumbling. The week will culminate with a special performance by our new cheerleaders. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

Mad Science Camp

Splash Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 8 (July 20-24) Whether just learning to swim or developing strokes, your child receives a daily, 3 hour, level-appropriate lesson from our incredible Aquatics Director. A child’s swim level is assessed on the first day of camp, and campers with similar abilities are grouped together. Daily hands-on lessons in small focused groups invariably lead to rapid advancement in a child’s swim skills. $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

Art Globetrotters Camp

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 8 (July 20-24) We’ll explore and create exciting chemical reactions, make colorful concoctions and bubbling brews. Amaze yourself with magical temperature changing baggie science or growing ghost crystals. Study the chemistry involved in not-so-simple things like chalk and soap, and even experiment with the chemistry used by artists, spies, and detectives! $260/wk MVP* $210/wk

For rising 2nd-6th grades Week 9 (July 27-31) Pack your bag and join us on a worldwide exploration of creativity, sampling artistic styles from across the globe! Be sure your budding artist brings his/her creative hat for a week of artistic fun! $260/wk MVP* $210/wk








Teen Camp Teen Camps: Money Camp - June 1-5 Construction Camp - June 8-12 365 Sports Performance - June 15-19 Jr Lifeguarding - June 22-26 Circus Camp - June 29-July 3 Adventure Camp - July 6-10 Cooking Camp - July 13-17 Ultimate Frisbee Camp - July 20-24 Adventure Camp - July 27-31

Tzofim (Scouts)

Rising 7th-8th Grades This leadership development camp is designed to give your teen three unique experiences: community service, day trips and traditional day camp experience. One day of the week, campers will participate in community service projects at the JCC. The other four days your camper will participate in the designed specialty! Your camper will also develop leadership skills and work on special projects throughout the summer. They will form lasting friendships, gain a greater awareness of how to care for the environment and provide invaluable services to our community. You can register for one week or all nine. We will be happy to provide your camper with a letter attesting to their community service hours performed.





Teen Camps Money Madness Camp

Jr. Lifeguard

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 1 (June 1-5) Want to increase your allowance? Come to Money Madness Camp and get the tools you need to make the most of your money. You will learn how to avoid scams and how you just may become a millionaire before you are 30! This camp just might make you the smartest financial guru on the block. $280/wk MVP* $230/wk

365 Sports Performance

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 2 (June 8-12) Are you a serious athlete? Then you know that there is no off season and training is 365. Our camp will focus on your individual sports conditioning needs and continuously vary to maximize results. Each session is 3 hours long and consists of dynamic warm up, speed & agility work, and strength training. The sessions are highly motivational, and create an environment of teamwork & camaraderie with lots of individual instruction. $280/wk MVP* $230/wk

Construction Camp

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 3 (June 15-19) Construction Camp encourages collaboration as well as the advancement of individual building skills. As a group, campers construct large-scale projects to play with in the workshop (or take outdoors); while individually each teen is free to create smaller projects on his own. We teach safe, appropriate tool usage, along with drawing, painting, and creative play. Our goal is to foster each teen’s confidence that their skills at designing, making, repairing, and revising are unlimited—like their imaginations. $280/wk MVP* $230/wk

Junior Lifeguarding

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 4 (June 22-26) Under the direction of the LJCC Aquatics Director, you will learn the ins and outs of daily life as a lifeguard. Learn how to handle pool emergencies as well as the day-to-day pool operations and you’re well on your way to being a lifeguard when you turn 16! $280/wk MVP* $230/wk


Starfish Circus Camp

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 5 (June 29 - July 3) In just five days at the J, our coaches cast and rehearse with the campers, training them in aerial skills, partner acrobatics, clowning, juggling and showmanship as well as proper stretching and conditioning, with a focus on safety and achievement. Working in duos, trios and groups, you will prepare and present a 60-minute circus show for your family, friends and community. In the process, you learn to set and achieve personal goals, conquer their apprehensions and shine as part of a team. The Starfish approach is full inclusion. All ages and abilities are cast and work together. Starting with simple yet impressive stunts, shy or apprehensive performers gain confidence and experiment with fearlessness. Older campers learn leadership skills by working with younger children. The more adept help ready and refine other performers’ routines, and the individualists discover that only the group can build a pyramid. $320/wk MVP* $255/wk

Adventure Trips

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 6 & 9 ( July 6-10 & July 27-31) Get to know all that Birmingham has to offer! During these two weeks, you will travel around Birmingham to points of interest with a minimum of three field trips per week. Explore, bond with counselors, and create friendships all while discovering the Magic City. $350/wk MVP* $280/wk

Master Chef Camp

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 7 (July 13-17) Measure, mix and pour in the kitchen while learning about nutrition, kitchen safety and how to follow a recipe. Campers will be making their own lunch, but picky eaters may want to bring a lunch with them. $280/wk MVP* $230/wk

Ultimate Frisbee Camp

For rising 7th & 8th grades Week 8 (July 20-24) Ultimate Frisbee Camp is an exciting, non-contact team sport that mixes elements from sports such as soccer, basketball, and American football into one high energy game. Top-level Ultimate players require an unmatched degree of speed, stamina, and agility, yet the simplicity of the rules means it is easy and fun for newcomers to pick up. The sport is also self-refereed, emphasizing mutual respect between players. $280/wk MVP* $230/wk

Dallas, TX JCC Maccabi Games, Ages 13-16 August 2-7 The JCC Maccabi Games are going to Dallas for an amazing event where thousands of Jewish teens meet, compete and have a great time, creating memories that will last a lifetime! It’s much more than just a week of sports. Teen athletes participate throughout the week in tournaments, community service projects, exciting social events, and more! Sports may include: boys baseball 14-U and 16-U, boys basketball 14-U and 16-U, girls basketball 16-U, boys soccer 14-U and 16-U, girls volleyball 16-U, girls softball 16-U, dance, bowling, swimming, tennis, and table tennis. Cost: $1100 Contact: Abby Durham at or 205.510.9010 for more information



Summer Job






Counselors Wanted! Being part of the JCC Summer Day Camp staff is a unique and rewarding experience. Teachers, college students and high school students all have a place on our staff.

If you would like to be considered for a position as a counselor or specialist, please complete the 2015 Counselor Application and provide no less than two Reference Forms.

Counselor responsibilities include: •Developing daily camp activities. •Responsibility for knowing each camper’s special needs (physical, emotional, family and psychological issues, medications, allergies, dynamics between campers, etc.) •Engaging in specialist activities (drama, arts and crafts, sports, etc.), actively participate in free swim sessions, and aid lifeguards to ensure pool safety. •Skills required: organization, creativity, the ability to ensure the safety of your campers at all times, maintenance of accurate attendance logs, etc. •Must set a positive example for his/her peers and younger staff members. •Reports directly to the Camp Director •Salary is based on experience and seniority.

Counselor-in-Training (CIT) Program Rising 9th and 10th graders This program is designed for high school teens who are interested in learning how to be great counselors and effective leaders. The CIT experience includes: assisting with daily group activities; involvement in large scale camp events; weekly leadership development training and team-building; and time to hang out with friends. Subject to application CIT Registration fee $35 Receive $10 off of the CIT registration fee by using promo code “CIT10” at if you register online before March 1.





Play Register online for camp today! Visit and sign your child up for the best summer ever! Use promo code ‘EARLYBIRD2015’ before March 1, 2015 and receive $15 off your registration fee! For questions about Camp and/or Registration contact Adam Levin at 205.510.9022 or

Summer Shlichim Housing Needed! Once again, Camp LJCC is thrilled to welcome shlichim (Israeli Counselors) to Alabama. These young adults bring Israel to your child’s camp experience and can do the same in your home. Families who have hosted shlichim in the past will tell you what an enriching experience it is. If you would like the opportunity to host one of these amazing Israelis, please contact Abby Durham at 205.510.9010 or The shlichim arrive in June and stay through the end of July. Optimal hosting sessions are 3 - 4 weeks and families can choose to house one or both shlichim.


Registration Information and Rules for All Programs Please read carefully before you complete your camper’s registration form. INCLUSION AT CAMP LJCC: We support the inclusion of all children in camp. We follow the model that all people deserve to be included into society no matter one’s physical, social, or emotional barriers. Camp is a place to learn, grow, and have fun! We encourage everybody to experience camp sometime in their life. If your child needs additional support to successfully participate in Camp LJCC, we can arrange for a shadow that would be a good fit for your child. We look forward to supporting you and your child to encourage a successful and fun-filled summer! Please contact Abby Durham at or 205.510.9010 to arrange for a shadow or other accommodations.

PRIORITY REGISTRATION: Registrations are processed in the order they are received. Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. LJCC family memberships must remain active throughout the entire camp session in order to receive member rates. The registration form MUST be signed and a deposit included and contact and emergency form filled out in order to be processed (emergency form available at Welcome Desk or online at bhamjcc. org). If you have questions, call Adam Levin at 205.510.9022. For information on LJCC membership, please contact Monika Flurer the Director of M.O.R.E. at or 205.879.0411. LIMITED ENROLLMENT: Due to Birmingham licensing, each session has a fixed maximum number of campers that can be accommodated. Parents will be notified if they are put on a wait list. For the safety of our campers, enrollment cannot be expanded beyond capacity. Please register early to ensure your placement. There is a separate wait list for each camp. Slots are filled as space becomes available per camp. All programs are contingent upon minimum enrollment.

LJCC CAMP FORMS: All forms MUST be received by May 18. Forms are available at the Welcome Desk at the LJCC as well as online at No camper will be able to attend camp unless these forms are on file. Please do not bring them the first day.

TUITION AND DEPOSITS: There is a $50 registration fee per child due at time of registration. The $50 camp registration is nonrefundable. Refunds will be given for any dropped camps minus a $100 penalty. You may choose to switch camps at no additional charge, however, you will be responsible for any difference in price. Payments for camps are due on the 15th of the month preceding the camp (i.e. payment for camps that take place in June will be drafted on May 15). Payment for camp is due at time of registration if you register for camp after the 15th of the month preceding start of that camp. Camp fees can be paid by checks made payable to the LJCC or charged to all major credit cards. For any questions regarding payment please contact

Priscilla Denard at or 205.879.0411.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE: If you are in need of financial assistance, please contact Betzy Lynch at 205.879.0411 to request Scholarship Information.

LUNCH: All campers are to bring a lunch and a drink each day. Kosher hot lunch is available for purchase everyday for $6 per day (Mon. - Chicken Nuggets, Tues. - Hot Dog, Wed. - Turkey Sandwich, Thurs. - Grilled Cheese, Fri. - Pizza). If you would like to order lunch please fill out the lunch order form available online or at the Welcome Desk. CARPOOL: Each camper will receive two carpool tags. Families are required to show these cards when picking up children. Pick up is done at the Sokol Fitness Center entrance at 3:30 pm. SESSION CHANGES: If a participant wishes to switch camps and space allows, we request a two-day notice prior to the beginning of the session. You are responsible for any price difference in the camps. PHOTOS AND VIDEOGRAPHY: The LJCC reserves the right to photograph and videotape camp and sports activities for use in publicity and promotional materials. Please notify us in writing, and submit a photo of your child, if you do not wish your child’s photo to be used.


Register for Camp. Join the J. KEEP THE CHANGE! Submit a new-member application when you complete your camp registration & save your family up to $700*! That’s a $50 discount for each week of camp


$260 discount for a one-year membership.

MORE CAMP = MORE MONEY IN YOUR POCKET! Contact Monika Flurer Director of M.O.R.E. for more information about membership at 205.879.0411 or *Discounted membership rate valid for one calendar year from join date. Discount taken over 12 monthly payments.

And don’t miss Thursday Family Fun Night! Thursdays during the Summer are THURSDAY FAMILY FUN NIGHTS! Please join us at the Outdoor Pool and enjoy food, music, and a different theme each week. Bring your friends and get ready for a great time! For more information about Membership Specials and Thursday Family Fun Nights please visit

It’s that time of year again!

Summer Camp 2015

Including Day Camp, Sports, Circus, Specialty Camps and MORE

May 26-29 Pre-Camp

June 1-5 Week 1

June 8-12 Week 2

June 15-19 Week 3

June 22-26 Week 4

Pre-Camp Mini Camp (p. 6)

Tennis Camp (p. 7) Chess Camp (p. 7) Money Camp* (p. 13)

Basketball Camp (p. 7) Outdoors Camp (p. 8) 365 Sports Camp* (p. 13)

Theater Camp (2wks) (p. 8) Flag Football Camp (p. 8) Construction Camp* (p. 13)

Theater Camp (2wks) (p. 8) All Sports Camp (p. 9) Lego Camp (p. 9) Jr. Lifeguarding* (p. 13)

June 29 - July 3 Week 5

July 6-10 Week 6

July 13-17 Week 7

July 20-24 Week 8

July 27-31 Week 9

August 3-7 Post Camp

Volleyball Camp (p. 9) Circus Camp (p. 10) Circus Camp* (p. 14)

Chess Camp (p. 7) UAB Soccer Camp (p. 10) Cooking Camp (p. 10) Adventure Camp* (p. 14)

Tennis Camp (p. 7) Cheer Camp (p. 11) Cooking Camp* (p. 14)

Mad Science Camp (p. 11) Splash Camp (p. 11) Frisbee Camp* (p. 14)

Tennis Camp (p. 7) Art Camp (p. 11) Adventure Camp* (p. 14)

Post-Camp Mini Camp (p. 6)

*Teen Camps

Levite Jewish Community Center 3960 Montclair Road Birmingham, AL 35213 205.897.0411

2015 Camp Brochure  
2015 Camp Brochure