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2011

74 HAUPPAUGE ROAD, COMMACK, NY 11725


631-462-9800 • FAX: 631-462-9462

Welcome
campers

Give to UJA Federation


The Suffolk Y Jewish Community Center is an agency of UJA-Federation
and affiliated with J.C.C. Association. Additional funding is provided by
United Way of Long Island and the Townwide Fund of Huntington.

631-462-9800
VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT: WWW.SUFFOLKYCAMPS.ORG SUMMER FUN WAITING TO HAPPEN! 2
MARCI SHERMAN, MSW, DIRECTOR OF CAMP SERVICES, EXT. 105 CAMP REGISTRAR, ALICE LEVY, MA, EXT.127

Camp is where new experiences come alive! Whether


you’re looking for a program for your preschooler, sports
enthusiast, emerging actor, teenager, special needs child,
Camp Registration
artist or all around camper, the Suffolk Y JCC has a program 1. Family membership in the Suffolk Y in good standing (valid
to fit every child in your family. Our unique blend of fun, through the summer) and Building Fund Assessment for children of

e
excitement and nurturing encourages a world of explo- current and prior members must be paid to date. All Non-mem-

co m ration for everyone. Parents are secure knowing that their bers must pay a surcharge of $260 per family for participation in all

Wel pers!
children are cared for by a team of Social Workers, camp programs. The membership fee, building fund assessment
Educators and trained Child Care Professionals. Discover and/or surcharge is not refundable.

cam
the summer opportunities that await you inside this 2. A fully completed and signed 3-part application/registration
brochure. We look forward to spending the summer with card must be returned at time of registration with deposit
your child. Questions? Call me.
Marci and surcharge, if applicable.
3. Registration will be accepted only upon the following
fee payments.
A. Current membership or non-member surcharge;
B. Building Fund Assessment paid to date, for current
and prior members;
C. Deposit of $250.00 per child for all camping
programs, including combinations. All checks should
be made payable to the Suffolk Y JCC.
4. All camp fees must be paid IN FULL by April 29th..
Incomplete payments by that date shall make camp
contract subject to cancellation by the Y.
5. When Y camp programs are wait-listed, priority will be
given to Y members and consideration based on
availability in groups and bus transportation. We
strongly urge you to register EARLY because many
of our camp programs were closed out last year.

Directions
HENRY KAUFMANN CAMPGROUNDS . . .
LIE to Exit 50 (Bagatelle Rd.) Go south on Bagatelle to
2nd blinking light. Make right onto Main Ave. (which
becomes Colonial Springs Rd.) for 1/2 mile and the
entrance to Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds will be on
your right. (Number 75 on the light pole.)
NORTHERN STATE PARKWAY Exit 40 Rt.110 - South
(Broadhollow Rd.) for 1/4 mile to second traffic light.
Make left on Pinelawn Road to Colonial Springs Rd.
Make left on Colonial Spring Rd., pass the
Woodbourne Nursery, pass Usdan. The entrance
to Kaufmann is on your left.

DIRECTIONS TO THE SUFFOLK Y . . .


SOUTHERN STATE PARKWAY, North on the Seaford
- Oyster Bay Expressway (Route 135) to Northern
State Parkway or Long Island Expressway:
NORTHERN STATE PARKWAY to Exit 43 (Commack
Road). Left onto Vanderbilt Motor Parkway and
left at traffic light, (north on Commack Road) for
four lights to Hauppauge Road. Make a left at
the traffic light and continue for 1/4 mile. The Y
will be on your right.
LONG ISLAND EXPRESSWAY to Exit 52 (North)
Commack Rd., North on Commack Rd. as above.

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CAMP REGISTRAR, ALICE LEVY, MA, EXT.127 MARCI SHERMAN, MSW, DIRECTOR OF CAMP SERVICES, EXT. 105

Camp
Contract N otices Table of
1. Suffolk Y membership fees are not refundable. 1. Because of the possible increases in transporta-
Contents
tion costs which our bus companies have indicat- WELCOME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 CAMP CREATE (GRADES 3-8) . . . . . . . . . . . 19
2. The Non - member Surcharge is ONLY for camp. ed they may pass on to us, the Suffolk Y may find
No membership privileges apply. This fee and CAMP WONDERLAND (AGES 3 - 5 YEARS) . 5 THEATRE CAMP (GRADES 1-9) . . . . . . . . . . 21
it necessary to add a small transportation sur-
deposit must be made at time of registration. The sur- YOUNG ADVENTURERS (GRADES 1-4), SUN & FUN HALF DAY CAMP . . . . . . . . . . . 22
charge. We wish to emphasize that we are making
charge is not refundable. every effort to keep the fees inclusive as stated in EXTENDED DAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 SPECIALTY CAMP PROGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . .23
3. Refund requests for camp cancellations must be the brochure. JUNIOR ADVENTURERS (GRADES K-4) . . . . . .9 CIT PROGRAM (GRADE 10) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
made in writing and are subject to the following serv- 2. Door-to-Door service will be provided wherev- JUNIOR DAY CAMP (GRADES K-5) . . . . . . . .11 WHO’S WHO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
ice charges: er possible. If a bus cannot get into and out of a EXTENDED DAY (JUNIOR, SPORTS, TWEEN) 11 CAMP OPEN HOUSE DATES . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
A. Before March 1 - $50. per camper street, court, or cul- de-sac without backing up, SPORTS CAMP (GRADES 4-9) . . . . . . . . . . . 13 CAMP CONTRACT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
B. Between March 1 and April 1-$100 per then the nearest corner will be designated as a TWEEN CAMP (GRADES 6-9) . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 REGISTRATION/DIRECTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
camper pick-up stop. If there is more than one pick-up on
C. After April 1 - No refunds TEEN ADVENTURE TRAVEL (GRADES 8-10). 17
a block, one address will be designated as the
central pick-up point.
4. There is a $50 service fee to reduce the original
registration period. Once camp is in session, any All camps operated by the Suffolk Y Jewish
exchange of registered weeks will incur a $50 fee per Community Center are under permit from the
transaction. Suffolk County Department of Health Services
and are inspected twice yearly. Inspection
5. A camp registration is a reservation for the agreed
reports are maintained in the office of the Suffolk
period of weeks. There will be no proration (reduc- County Department of Health Services.
tion) of fees based on missed days due to illness,
absence or early withdrawal.
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6. The Suffolk Y assumes no responsibility for person- Adjuste cial need
n fi n an t
al property of campers. fees ba
sed o s excep ,
fo r a ll camp Th re es
are ava
ilable Fun for
7. The Suffolk Y reserves the right to suspend or n tu re Travel, a nd the CIT
dve ate
remove a child from camp. No refund will be issued Teen A mp, Camp Cre erviews are
re Ca l int
h e at e n tia ations
where this decision is necessary. Parents of young- T
gram . Confid ed fee applic
sters in the Teen Travel Program must assume all trans- Pro a d ju s t u ff o lk Y
d. All the S
require it te d t o .
portation costs for a teen sent home for cause. e subm than March 1
must b later
JCC no
8. New York State No-Fault law requires that you make
medical claims against your own insurance company
if any member of the family is injured while riding in a
vehicle for a Y program.
9. All photos taken will become
property of the Suffolk Y
and can be used for
publications.

Enroll a Friend and


get a Camp Discount.
Call Alice for more
details at 462-9800
ext. 127

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CAMP OPEN HOUSES

CAMP
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d Wonderland, Young Adventurers,
Junior, Sports, Tween,
Teen Travel, Theatre Camp, and
Camp Create at the
Suffolk Y building
Sunday, 10 am-1pm
December 19 • January 9, 23
February 6, 27 • March 6, 20 • April 3
(Wonderland, Young Adventurers, Teen Travel, Camp Create,
and Theatre Camp only) at the Suffolk Y building
April 10 • May 1, 15 • June 5
OPEN HOUSE DATES FOR:
Junior, Sports and Tween Camps at
the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds
Sunday, 10 am - 1pm
April 10 • May 1, 15 • June 5
(Private tours available upon request)
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4 DAYS WITH FRIENDS, FUN AND GIGGLES AWAIT YOUR 3-5 YEAR OLD 25
CAMP DIRECTORS WHO’S WHO JAMI ASHENDORF, BS, CAMP WONDERLAND DIRECTOR, EXT. 115

Marci Sherman, MSW, has had 29


years of camping experience and
holds a Bachelor of Science
Carrie Lipenholtz returns this
summer as the camp liaison. This
SESSIONS AND FEES
(No Camp Monday, July 4)
A. 5-Day Program - 10AM - 4PM,
Camp Wonderland
Degree in Elementary Education is her 12th season with the
4 and 5 year olds Boys & Girls ages 3-5 ( by Dec. 2011 )
from Oneonta State College and a Suffolk Y JCC camps. Carrie holds Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19
Masters Degree in Social Work a BS in secondary education Pick your weeks! Your childs first camp experience will be filled with
from Adelphi University. She is the from Towson University and a 8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3073. wondrous excitement! Groups are led by caring, nurtur-
Y’s Associate Executive Director. Masters Degree in Literacy 6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2866. ing and dedicated staff who work together to create a
Education. 4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1910.
She has been with the Y’s camps 2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1056.
safe yet adventurous environment. Our Red Cross swim
for 23 years. program teaches swimming in a non-threatening way in
B. 3-Day Program - 10AM - 4PM,
(Tue., Thur., Fri.) 4 and 5 years old the Y’s indoor and outdoor pools. Sports, Pony Rides,
Tuesday, June 28 - Friday, August 19 Music, Oneg Shabbat, Special Events, Arts & Crafts and
Eileen Schneyman, LMSW has Pick your weeks! other fun-filled activities are held both outdoors on the
been with the Y for 17 years. She 8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2482.
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2083.
Y’s campus and in air-conditioned classrooms.
Ron Hayden returns for his has a Bachelor of Science degree
4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1391.
14th year as the Day Camp in Social Welfare from Albany Univ. 2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .800.
Fun For 3's
Co- Director. He has been in and a Masters Degree in Social Work This introduction to camp allows 3 year olds who may
camping most of his life and is from Adelphi Univ. She is the Y’s C. 3 Year Old Program - 10AM - 2PM,
5 Days, Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19 not be ready for a full camp day to take part in the excite-
on the Y’s full-time staff as the Assistant Executive Director. This is Pick your weeks! ment that camp offers. Led by mature and caring staff,
Children and Youth Services Eileen’s 30th summer working in Y 8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2783. your child will love the pony rides, playground time, arts
Director. camping programs and she 6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2435.
& crafts, movement, music and special events.
supervises the Y’s Special Needs 4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1580.
Programs. 2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .892.
Summer Stay & Play
D. 3 Year Old Program - 10AM - 2PM, An introduction to supervised play away from mommy.
3 Days, (Tues., Thurs., Fri.)
Adam Bendeson, MSW, an Assistant Tuesday, June 28 - Friday, August 19
Activities include music, arts and crafts, playground time
Executive Director at the Y, will be Pick your weeks! and pony rides.
returning as the Day Camp Co- Jami Ashendorf, will begin her 8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2334.
Director for his 8th year and holds a 19th summer with the Y. She 6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1900.
returns as Director of Camp 4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1265. Extended Day for Children of
Bachelor of Science Degree from
New York Institute of Technology Wonderland. The mother of 2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .738. Working Parents
and a Masters Degree from Yeshiva three, she has taught pre-school E. FUN FOR 3’s - 9:30AM-12:30PM For children enrolled in Camp Wonderland and Young
University’s Wurzweiler School of at the Y for 18 years and is also 3 Days (M, W, F) 3 year olds Adventurers we are offering an extended day –
Social Work. He has been working the Director of Early Childhood Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19
Services during the school year. Pick your weeks! 8-10AM and 2-6PM at the rate of $5.00 per hour. This
in the camping field for over 27 8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1368. must be prepaid and is non-refundable and is for the
years. 6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1107.
4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .723. entire period the child is registered for camp.
Does NOT include lunch.
Grace Barrett, the Y’s Camp Create
Barbra Bresin has been president of F. Summer Stay & Play* 10:00AM-12:00PM Kosher Lunch Option
On Centerstage Inc. for 17 years. 2 Days (M, W) 2 year olds (by Dec.1) $20 per week (5 days); $12 per week (3 days)
Director, is an accomplished artist
She has been involved with theater Wednesday, July 6 - Monday, August 15
as well as the Commack Middle $400 for Members: $ 455 for Non-Members.
most of her life, on stage and in
School’s art teacher. Grace has
backstage production. On * Must be a Suffolk Y Member or enrolled FREE VICE
taught art enrichment classes at the SER
TOWELr Camp
in Stay & Play in the Fall.
Centerstage and the Suffolk YJCC
Y for 25 years and has her MALS Does NOT include lunch.
have been together for 18 years. fo
from Stony Brook University and an
rland
MS in School Administration and
During the year, she is the director
of On Center- stage Juniors and LIMITED OPENINGS: When Y camp programs are Wonde
Supervision from Touro College. wait-listed, priority will be given to Y members on a
Teens program at the Suffolk Y. first-come basis.

SIBLING DISCOUNT: $ 100 off for second, third


sibling for 8 weeks. $ 50.00 for 4 or 6 weeks.
Does NOT include Stay & Play.
Jason Goldberg returns for
Nancy Briel is the Y’s
his 11th summer as Teen NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of $260
Waterfront Director. Nancy per family is required. Non-member surcharge is not refund-
Adventure Travel Camp
received her Bachelors of able. The surcharge is ONLY for camp and has no membership
Director at the Y. He has
Science in Education from privileges.
many years experience in
Towson University. Nancy is OPTIONAL TRANSPORTATION:
camping and holds a
the Y’s Aquatic Director during Transportation is available for Camp Wonderland
Bachelors Degree from
the year. for an additional fee.
Dowling College. (Not available for Summer Stay & Play or Fun for 3’s)

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SPECIALTY CAMPS

Special Needs Camp


Y
adv oung
Camp Kehilla provides a summer of fun,
friends, learning and new experiences for the

entu
camper with special needs. Located on the
Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds, Camp
rers Kehilla features a daily swim, sports, day
trips, music, drama, arts and crafts and
more. Small groups and small camper-to-
counselor ratios provide personalized
attention so campers can maintain the
skills gained during the previous school
year; while improving skills in
recreation/socialization, sports and most
importantly, self-esteem. Social workers and New cam
special-education professionals supervise and
implement a program of friendship, fun, interviewpers must be
meaningful experiences and acceptance. proper g ed to assur
Three separate camps provide programs and roup pla e
trips for each age level. cement!
Call Eileen at 462-9800 ext. 113
for fees and dates.

CIT Program
Teens entering grade 10
(Sept. 2011)
The CIT program is an on-the-job training
experience for a select group of mature teens
who are interested in working with children.
Applicants must take part in the Orientation
and Training sessions in the spring as well as
the Staff Training Institute prior to the
opening of camp. CIT’s could be placed in
a group (in either Camp Wonderland or
Junior Camp) or a specialty area. There will
be on-going training throughout the summer
as well as special trips. Teens interested in
applying should call 631-462-9800 ext. 127
for an application and interview. The deadline
to apply is March 1, 2011.
The CIT camp is $1600 and is only available for
the entire 8 week camp season. Y Family or
Single Parent Membership is required. Building
Fund and membership must be valid through
the summer.

6 WHERE THE FUN NEVER ENDS! ROBIN SCHAPIRA, MSW, CIT DIRECTOR, EXT. 116 23
JAMI ASHENDORF, BS, SUN & FUN DIRECTOR, EXT. 115 JAMI ASHENDORF, BS, YOUNG ADVENTURERS DIRECTOR, EXT. 115

Young Adventurers Exciting programs await you including outdoor


tennis and basketball activities on the newly
First - Fourth Graders constructed Harvey H. and Rosalyn Gordon
Family and Sports Center at the Suffolk Y JCC
(by Sept. 2011) building in Commack. Our program also

un!
includes Red Cross daily swimming, arts &
F
SESSIONS AND FEES
&
crafts, golf lessons, music, athletics on 4 acres

sun aY camp
(No Camp Monday, July 4)
of fields, nature, drama, late nights, Jewish
A. 5-Day Program - 10AM - 4PM, culture, and a one day trip for each grade.
d
HalF Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19
Pick your weeks!
Choose 3 or 5 days for an unforgettable
8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3460. camp adventure!
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3253.
Grades K-3 (Sept. 2011) 4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2298. Extended Day for Children
2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1251.
HALF DAY CAMP AT THE of Working Parents
B. 3-Day Program - 10AM - 4PM,
SUFFOLK Y JCC (Tue., Thur., Fri.) Tuesday, June 28 - Friday, August 19 For children enrolled in Camp Wonderland
Pick your weeks! and Young Adventurers we are offering an
9:00 -12:00pm 8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2870.
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2472.
extended day – 8-10AM and 4-6PM (for
Weeks of July 11-15 4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1780. children going from 10AM-4PM) at the rate
July 25-29, August 8-12 2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .994. of $5.00 per hour. This must be prepaid and
is non-refundable and is for the entire period
Fees: $225 per week for members; KOSHER LUNCH OPTION the child is registered for camp.
$275 for non-members $20 per week (5 days); $12 per week (3 days)

Each day will include free swim in LIMITED OPENINGS: When Y camp programs are
the Y’s indoor pool, 2 activities such wait-listed, priority will be given to Y members on a
first-come basis.
as tennis, art, drama, volleyball and a
snack. Transportation is not available SIBLING DISCOUNT: $ 100 off for second, third
for this program. For more informa- sibling for 8 weeks. $ 50.00 for 4 or 6 weeks.
tion please contact Marci Sherman NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of $260
at 462-9800 ext. 105 or per family is required. Non-member surcharge is not refund-
marci_sherman@jcca.org able. The surcharge is ONLY for camp and has no member-
ship privileges.

OPTIONAL TRANSPORTATION:
Transportation is available for an additional fee.

FREE
TOWEL SERVICE

22 JUMPING, SWINGING, RUNNING, SWIMMING! 7


BARBRA BRESIN, THEATRE CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 233

Theatre Camp
SESSIONS AND FEES
(No Camp Monday, July 4)

or s
5 Days ONLY – 10 AM - 4 PM

n i
Ju urer
Full Session (8 weeks)

nt
Mon., June 27 - Fri., Aug. 19 . . . . . 4402.

ve
ad
First Session (4 weeks)
Mon., June 27 - Fri., July 22 . . . . . . . .2533.
Second Session (4 weeks)
Mon., July 25 - Fri., Aug. 19 . . . . . . . 2533.

KOSHER LUNCH OPTION


. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $20 per week

Transportation is available for Theatre Camp at


an additional fee.
SIBLING DISCOUNT: $100 off for second, third
sibling for 8 weeks, $50 for 4 weeks
NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of
$260 is required. Non-member surcharge is not
refundable. The surcharge is ONLY for camp and
confers no membership privileges.
LIMITED OPENINGS: When Y camp programs
are wait-listed, priority will be given to Y mem-
bers on a first-come, first-served basis.

Campers in grades 1-9


(Sept. 2011)
Lights, Camera, Action! Each day is filled with
swimming in the Y ‘s indoor pool, free choice
theater electives, and rehearsal for the
Broadway-style show. Everyone performs,
but auditions are held to determine part
selection. Professional staff help each camper
develop skills in dancing, acting, singing, set
design, stage management and more. Each
session also includes a trip to see an equity
production show.

Extended Day for Children of


Working Parents
For children enrolled in Theatre Camp we are
offering an extended day – 8-10AM and 4-6PM
at the rate of $5.00 per hour. This must be pre-
paid and is non-refundable and is for the entire
period the child is registered for camp.

8 EXPAND YOUR HORIZONS 21


JAMI ASHENDORF, BS, CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 115

NEW

re Junior Adventurers
at
The mp
A Special Option for those

ca
5 day campers entering
K-4 from Camp Wonderland
and Young Adventurers at no
additional fee!
Get the best of all our camps! Our new pro-
gram combines all you love about camp at
the Suffolk Y JCC building with the excite-
ment of Junior Camp at the Henry Kaufmann
Campgrounds. Your children will spend 3
days (M, W, Th) at their registered camp
(either Camp Wonderland or Young
Adventures) and 2 days (T, F) at Junior Camp.
Campers will take an air conditioned bus to
the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds at 10:30
where they will participate in two daily
swims, lunch and 2 fabulous activities such
as archery, pioneering, sports, or mini golf as
well as our unique Friday Oneg celebrations.
Then they will take a bus back to the Y build-
ing on the Shuttle and return at approximate-
ly 4:30. Call Adam Bendeson at 462-9800
ext. 116 for information.

FREE
TOWEL SERVICE

20 SING, ACT , AND DANCE THE DAY AWAY! 9


GRACE BARRETT, CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 230

Camp Create
SESSIONS AND FEES
Jun
i
(No Camp Monday, July 4)

camor 4 Week Program - 10 AM - 4 PM

p Mon., June 27-Fri., July 22 . . $1943.

A 4-week adventure in visual arts


for grades 3-8 including innovative
instruction in Drawing, Painting,
Printmaking, and Sculpture, plus
Daily Swims, 2 Museum Field Trips
and a Gallery Showing for Family
and Friends.

Located in air-conditioned classrooms in the


FREE
TOWEL SERVICE
Suffolk Y building, Camp Create is designed PLUS
to stretch your creative muscles by provid-
ing you with an exciting 4 week adventure in
KOSHER
LUNCH OPTION
visual arts. Each week, whatever your skill $20 per week
level, you will experience innovative instruc-
tion that focuses on drawing, painting, print-
making and sculpture. Led by Grace Barrett,
Art Camp Director and Coordinator of
Festivals of the Arts for the Commack School
District, along with other certified art educa-
tors, this program offers small group sizes
and allows you to explore each area of art
with other enthusiastic young artists while
developing skills and friendships. Daily
swims in the Y’s indoor pool and two muse-
um field trips enhance your summer camp
experience.

10 ACTION PACKED WITH SPORTS, TRIPS, AND MORE! 19


ADAM BENDESON, MSW, CO-CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 116
RON HAYDEN, CO-CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 120

Junior Camp Campers in grades K-5


(Sept. 2011)
cam SESSIONS AND FEES A kaleidoscope of activities awaits you at the

cre p
(No Camp Monday, July 4) beautiful 450 acre Henry Kaufmann Camp
grounds! Junior Camp’s unique variety of
ate
A. 5 Days – 9:00 AM - 4:00PM
Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19 activities encourages creative expression while
Pick your weeks! instilling a strong sense of camp community in
8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4490. small groups. Archery, pioneering, outdoor
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3848. cooking, sports, Jewish Culture, arts & crafts,
4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2559. music, special events and exciting trips are just
2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1384. some of the fun that will be shared by all. Our
new golf driving range is a hit as are our newly
B. 3 Days – 9:00 AM - 4:00PM renovated shelters. Campers will love the
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday swimming pool complex which includes 4 giant
Pick your weeks! pools where Red Cross swim instruction is
8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3697. taught each day. Camp-Wide programs are held
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3169. in the outdoor amphitheater where camp spirit
4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2108. runs high and friends are made for a lifetime!
2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1156.
Fees include transportation. Parents who drive their
child(ren) to the Y building, No. Shore Jewish Center
in Port Jefferson or directly to camp can make the
following savings off the camp fee: 8 weeks - $100;
6 weeks - $75; 4 weeks - $50. There is no discount
for less than a 4-week session. These savings are per
child.
SIBLING DISCOUNT: $100 off for second, third
sibling for 8 weeks, $50 for 4 or 6 weeks
PLEASE NOTE: Because of the possible increases
in transportation costs which our bus companies
have indicated that they may pass on to us, the
Suffolk Y may find it necessary to add a small trans-
portation surcharge. We wish to emphasize that we
are making every effort to keep the fees inclusive as
stated in the brochure.
NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of
$260 per family is required. Non-member surcharge
is not refundable. The surcharge is ONLY for camp
and confers no membership privileges .
LIMITED OPENINGS: When Y camp programs
are wait-listed, priority will be given to Y mem-
bers on a first-come,first-served basis.

Extended Day for Junior,


Sports & Tween Campers
8 - 8:30 AM and 4:30 - 6 PM at $5.00 per hour.
This must be prepaid and is non-refundable
and is for the entire period the child is
registered for camp.

FREE
TOWEL SERVICE

18 LET YOUR CREATIVITY SOAR THIS SUMMER! 11


JASON GOLDBERG, BS, TEEN TRAVEL DIRECTOR, EXT. 242

Teen Adventure Teens entering grades 8-10


Travel Camp (Sept 2011)
Could anything be better than traveling with your
SESSIONS AND FEES friends? 2, 3, and 5 day away trips to such desti-

spo (No Camp Monday, July 4) nations as Virginia Beach, Canada, Boston, and

r
cam ts
Cleveland awaits teens in grades 8-10. Day trips
Full Session (6 weeks) may include visits to area beaches, parks, theaters
Mon., June 27- Fri., Aug. 5 . . . . . . . 6141. and more. All traveling is enjoyed on air-condi-
p First Session (3 weeks)
Mon., June 27- Fri., July 15 . . . . . 3296.
tioned coach buses.

Second Session (3 weeks)


Mon., July 18 - Fri., Aug. 5 . . . . . . 3296.
Optional 2-Week Ext.Program
Aug. 8 - Aug. 19 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 709.
This special two week fee is only for Teen Adventure
Travel campers who have registered for either a three
or the full six weeks of travel camp. It is for week 7
and 8 only.

LIMITED OPENINGS!
TRANSPORTATION: Transportation is not available for
Teen Adventure Travel Camp. Transportation for the
Optional 2 Week Extention is available. (Certain restric-
tions apply). PLEASE NOTE: Parents must drive their
camper to and from the Suffolk Y building. Air condi-
tioned buses are provided on all day and away trips.

PLEASE NOTE: Because of the possible increases in


transportation costs which our bus companies have
indicated that they may pass on to us, the Suffolk Y may
find it necessary to add a small transportation surcharge.
We wish to emphasize that we are making every effort to
keep the fees inclusive as stated in the brochure.

NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of $260 per


family is required. Non-member surcharge is not refund-
able. The surcharge is ONLY for camp and confers no
membership privileges.

12 IF YOU LOVE SPORTS. THIS CAMP’S FOR YOU! 17


ADAM BENDESON, MSW, CO-CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 116
RON HAYDEN, CO-CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 120

Sports Camp
vel
Boys and Girls in

Tr a SESSIONS AND FEES Grades 4-9 (Sept. 2011)


n
Tee
(No Camp Monday, July 4) The Y’s action-packed, multi-sport program is
5 Days ONLY – 9:00AM - 4:00 PM designed for the sports enthusiast. Boys and girls
Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19 enjoy a variety of sports along with free swim and
Pick your weeks! red cross swim instruction each day. Using the 450
8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4793. acres at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds, trained
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3965. staff work with campers to increase coordination and
4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2640. self esteem while developing skills needed for all
2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1423. sporting events. Day trips to ball games and amuse-
Fees include transportation. Parents who drive their
ment parks as well as 2-day trips for 4th-5th graders
child(ren) to the Y building, No. Shore Jewish Center & 3-day away trips for 6th-9th graders make this
in Port Jefferson or directly to camp can make the fol- program even more exciting.
lowing savings off the camp fee: 8 weeks - $100; 6
weeks - $75; 4 weeks - $50. There is no discount for
less than a 4-week session. These savings are per child.
SIBLING DISCOUNT: $100 off for second, third sib-
ling for 8 weeks, $50 for 4 or 6 weeks
PLEASE NOTE: Because of the possible increases in
transportation costs which our bus companies have
indicated that they may pass on to us, the Suffolk Y
may find it necessary to add a small transportation
surcharge. We wish to emphasize that we are mak-
ing every effort to keep the fees inclusive as stated
in the brochure.
NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of $260
per family is required. Non-member surcharge is not
refundable. The surcharge is ONLY for camp and con-
fers no membership privileges .
LIMITED OPENINGS: When Y camp programs are
wait-listed, priority will be given to Y members on a FREE
first-come, first-served basis. TOWEL SERVICE
for Sports Camp

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ADAM BENDESON, MSW, CO-CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 116
RON HAYDEN, CO-CAMP DIRECTOR, EXT. 120

Tween Camp Campers in grades 6-9


(Sept. 2011)
en
SESSIONS AND FEES
Tw e (No Camp Monday, July 4) Combine day camp activities with the excitement

am p 5 Days ONLY 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM of travel and you’ve got just what your tween is

c
Monday, June 27 - Friday, August 19 looking for. Not quite grown up but needing
Pick your weeks! more independence, Tweens is the perfect way
8 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4793 to begin. Your camper will love the days spent at
6 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3965 camp enjoying sports, archery, two daily swims,
4 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2640 arts and crafts and personal choice activities at the
2 Weeks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1423 Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds; as well as the
weekly day trips to beaches, amusement parks
Fees include transportation. Parents who drive their
child(ren) to the Y building, No. Shore Jewish Center in
and shows. The highlight of Tween camp is the 3
Port Jefferson or directly to camp can make the follow- day overnights to such places as Hershey Park,
ing savings off the camp fee: 8 weeks - $100; 6 weeks Club Getaway and Lake George.
- $75; 4 weeks - $50. There is no discount for less than
a 4-week session. These savings are per child.
SIBLING DISCOUNT: $100 off for second, third sibling
for 8 weeks, $50 for 4 or 6 weeks
PLEASE NOTE: Because of the possible increases in
transportation costs which our bus companies have
indicated that they may pass on to us, the Suffolk Y may
find it necessary to add a small transportation surcharge.
We wish to emphasize that we are making every effort
to keep the fees inclusive as stated in the brochure.
NON MEMBERS: A non-member surcharge of $260 per
family is required. Non-member surcharge is not
refundable. The surcharge is ONLY for camp and con-
fers no membership privileges .
LIMITED OPENINGS: When Y camp
programs are wait-listed, priority FREE
will be given to Y members TOWEL SERVICE
on a first-come, first- for Tween Camp
served basis.

14 MAKING NEW FRIENDS AND HAVING FUN 15

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