Friday, July 25, 2014 Tammuz 27, 5774
The Parent Trip: Do your visiting day the right way
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Gail Snyder, This Summer Feature
No matter what your tastes run — B&B's, rodeos, outlet shopping — when it comes to visiting your child at camp, you can find plenty to do at nearby attractions.
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The Reform movement is planning to open its first day camp in the country next year, situating it in the Philadelphia suburbs, though the location has not yet been finalized.
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At the Kaiserman JCC in Wynnewood, administrators took note of the movement toward specialty camps and decided to introduce the name and structure of its longtime day camp program.
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The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia tries to help with the costs of camp by providing need-based scholarships as well as incentive grants for first- and second-year campers.
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Just because families join synagogues and send their kids to Jewish day camps doesn’t mean they will send them to overnight camps, according to a newly released study of local families with young children. And with a pricetag of thousands of dollars per summer, these camps must also have top-notch facilities and programs because the promise of developing Jewish identity...
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