Early Bird Special at CGI Rockies Day Camp Ends Tuesday!



Mini Gan Izzy at CGI of the Rockies

A great Jewish summer day camp experience awaits children this summer at CGI of the Rockies in Lafayette.

In addition to all the exciting trips, sports and activities scheduled over the five weeks of camp, CGI of the Rockies also gives campers a taste of Judaism in a friendly and non-judgmental environment.

With a wide variety of Jewish subjects covered using hands-on and interactive techniques, CGI will infuse children with a love and appreciation of Israel, Jewish values and practices.

Implementing these enriching and fun programs, are a group of carefully selected and dedicated counselors.

CGI of the Rockies is especially helpful for children whose parents are considering sending them to Hebrew school, as CGI will familiarize the child with Jewish topics allowing them to be more comfortable in the Hebrew school classroom.

With just over a month till CGI begins on June 25th, the camp early bird special expires tonight May 15th at 11:59 pm.

To take advantage of the early bird discount, follow this link to our registration page and website, where more camp information is also available.

The camp is centrally located at Ryan elementary school in Lafayette and is for children aged 3-13. The five week summer program runs from June 25 to July 27.

Have questions? Feel free to give our camp directors a call. Shayna Borenstein – 303-845-2901 Send Shayna an email or Leah Brackman – 720-837-3733  Send Leah an email or visit the website at www.JewishKidsCamp.com

 

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About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

Benjy Brackman is the Rabbi/Executive Director of Chabad of NW Metro Denver in Westminster, Colorado.

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