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~Lt~'RITAGE FLORIDA JEWISH NEWS, MARCH 21, 2003 PAGE 11 summer It seems like only yesterday that camp was ending and school beginning, but a quick check of the calendar shows that summer 2003 is sooner than you think. The staffat the Jewish Corn- . nunity Center of Greater Or- do has spent months gear- mg up for another wonderful SUmmer camp experience. Preparations have been made for exciting trips, special new .and inventive program offer- ~ngs and even transportation from surrounding areas to the JCC for those that may need it hi I of this, along with the tra- ditional camp programs, plus Woi.mming, basketball camp, lf& Tennis Camp and more. lhThe JCC's Andrew Hansen andell Summer Camp pro- ram is open to everyone and accepts non-JCC members at a slight fee differential. It is is just around the sium, tennis courts, Jr. Olym- cominginatabriskpace.Don't 'ationally accredited by The picandkiddiepoolsalongwith miss out on the chance to en- ti' n erican Camping Associa- shadedpicnicarea, playground roll your child in this wonder- IOn exceeding nationally rec- and a brand new youth wing fulsummer camp experience. Ognized standards for health, addition. For additional information or Safety, staff training and pro- An experienced and caring to request a camp brochure, gram quality, staff oversees all camp pro- call 407-645-5933 (Maitland) Situatedon a 12-acre cam- gramming and counselors are or407-239-7411(South Cam- Pus in the heart of Maitland, carefullychosen basedon their pus) oryoucancheckout camp campus includes a fullability toworkwith children, on the JCC website SlZedair conditionedgymna Camp registrations are their sports skills or craft a ing wearing group nametags, keepsake. Throughout their staying with your group, lis- busy week, they will also in- tening and following direc- teract with many specialists, tions. These are lifelong skills Some of the specialists may and will serve them well dur- include: P.E music, cooking ing their elementary school and Judaica. The children will years. have daily Red Cross instruc- Your children will enjoy a tional swim lessons (Maitland unique memorable camp ex- Campus) and they will join perience, whichwilllastalife- the entire camp for Kabbalat time.Nonmembersarealways Shabbat on Fridays. welcome at the JCC, so bring a A special part of the Adven- friend. Check out the JCC ture Camp program is the field website, trips. There are four field trips For more information about over the course of the sum- early childhood camps at the mer traveling by bus and re- Maitland campus contact maining in close radius to the Carol McNally 407-645-0923 center.Thechildrenarelearn- or Brenda Sher at 407-239- ing field trip safety, reinforc- 7411 at the South Campus. Art Jewelry Judaica Contemporary Crafts The summer camp at the ,dr!y Childhood Learning enter features an exciting .Program for children enter- kindergarten. Adventure amp is designed specifically reflect the needs of grow- m ,adventurous young camp- ers. The warm, nurturing en- Vironment offers a great place Campers to be able to . Pread t - their wings" and con- .ue to build upon their e und independence. It is . Perfect transitional program ln~ the world of upper camp. day of the Adventure P is full of exciting activi- The campers might take a creative drama class, practice Past royalty appear at Jewish Friends of 8outh Lake Purim party 4 Well-coordinated committee recently put together a neat carnival-like atmosphere to Celebrate Purim at the Jenkins Auditorium in Clermont. A talented group exhibited several portrayals associated with the holiday. Une of the highlights was the reading, by gd Seitz, of the Megillah (The Book of ~S~er). Each time the name Haman was mentioned a round of rackety the audience noisemakers. Other highlights were plenty of cultured dancing, karaoke ~Ormances, and an original Purim play A variety of finger food, luscious desserts qtl -- " Hamantaschen were available. various costumes of the times were judged and awards were distributed. Most ~ai were the hamates costumes worn by Sandy Langer and Janet Bloom, and the ~m~r s costume worn by Phil Bloom, for two Hamantaschen and a baker. A~ther awards went to the most attractive Queen Esther- Gwen Levy and the King ~urus . Mel Levy. The most talented went to the Bad Minister Haman - Norm ~ner and Queen Vashti - Gilda Posner. group welcomed many new members and enjoyed a very pleasant evening. i~: and STEPHANIE MORGENSTERN (1) and GWEN and MEL LEVY, who i~ted the Jewish Friends of South Lake group, came in costume to the Purim Party -~rmont, Fla. NEIGHBORHOOD NURSERY, Plants and Trees C edHortiadtudst HelpfulAM Knowledgeable Staff 603 MONTGOMERY ROAD ALTAMONTE SPRINGS 32714 (BETWEEN CENTRAL PARKWAY AND S.R. 436) www.agarden 407-862-1010 " BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! An invitation to learn Hebrew in two "Ulpan Settings" Beginner & Intermediate Learn with Oren and Nira Linder from Israel's Largest Kibbutz 10 week Hebrew Ulpan Course to begin Tuesday, March 25, 2003 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. r H br $120.00 Prm e ew not necessary (for beginners) call 407 292 4761 407 647 0713 Sponsored by the HDS/JDS 21 Jewish Day School of the 21st Century