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Silver Gan Israel in High Gear

0715silverganSilver Gan Israel Day Camp has a well earned reputation of consistently being on the cutting edge of cool. This year they are proud to continue that tradition. In addition to the regularly scheduled, fun-packed programs they have secured yet another human hamster ball, a new ‘Game Kart’ and have erected a huge BAM (Balance and Movement) area featuring rockboards, stilts, unicycles, scooters, pogo sticks, flash riders and more. Because innovations are always complimented by great programming, the new cooking classes and weekly library visits are sure to leave kids with valuable new information.

“Summer camps are designed to teach children to take healthy risks in a safe and nurturing environment,” said Sender Engel, the camp director. “With our new Balance and Movement program, children will not only build new skills, but will enjoy a well deserved boost in self-confidence and self-esteem.”

The camp program runs through Friday, August 21. Every day will be packed with activities including archery, laser tag, swimming, age appropriate field trips, hamster ball, arts & crafts, water sliding, sports and much more. Parents will be happy to know that their children are in a safe environment and will come home daily with new lessons, will make new friends, build skills and learn spirited camp songs. The highly trained and experienced counselors are positive role models and exude a special warmth.

Transportation and flexible enrollment options are an added feature that makes the camp unique.

Camp SGI has been accredited by the American Camp Association for close to 50 years. ACA accreditation is the best evidence of a camp’s commitment to the highest standard of safe and thoughtful programming. Parents can learn more, request a camp tour and register by visiting www.campsgi.com or by contacting Sender at 949.381.5610 x 101 or sender@campsgi.com.

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