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December 14, 2018  RSS feed

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Federation offers Winter Break Camp Dec. 24 – Jan. 4

Beginning on Monday, Dec. 24, the same folks who brought you Jewish Community Camp in the summer will be offering Winter Break Camp – the perfect remedy for kids on holiday break with more time on their hands than parents can find ways to fill.

“Winter Break Camp is the closest we can get to the fun of summer camp with the activities, field trips, swimming, etc.,” said Lisa Schmid, administrator of Jewish Community Camp.

Winter Break with the Jewish Community Camp will allow your child to feel accomplished and entertained, camp officials say, adding that creative play will be encouraged, and imagination ignited.

The Winter Break Camp will be offered from Dec. 24 through Jan. 4 at the same location as summer camp, at Temple B’nai Israel, 1685 S. Belcher Road.

Daily, weekly, and full session options are available.

Winter Break Camp is a prime opportunity for campers to reconnect with their friends from the summer, including counselors. In addition, children who are new to the program will have plenty of opportunities to connect with children their own age and it gives kids a taste of what’s in store come next June.

Jewish Community Camp is a project of the Jewish Federation of Pinellas and Pasco Counties.

Federation President Ezra Singer says the board is excited to see this winter camp project come to fruition.

“A project like this gives the families in our community another option for their children to spend their winter break, and the idea of bringing together children from the entirety of the region is something that we know there is a need for,” Singer said.

For more information and to register, go to or call Schmid at (727) 727-560-3215.

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