Lafayette School to Host CGI of Rockies Day Camp

Ryan Elementary School in Lafayette

Parents can now register for Camp Gan Israel of the Rockies 2012 summer season.

After months of searching for a suitable day camp site CGI of the Rockies is proud to announce that Ryan Elementary school in Lafayette will be the camp location.

Ryan was selected for its modern facility (it has just completed a three million dollar expansion and renovation) and for its central location for Boulder valley, Longmont and NW Metro Denver families.

In the coming days CGI of the Rockies will unveil its exciting camp schedule on its website www.JewishKidsCamp.com.

Online registration is open and with an early bird discount expiring on May 10th  now is a great time to sign up.

The camp session is from June 25th through July 27th and is for ages 3-13. Sessions can be booked on a weekly basis. Discounts are also available through Mazeltot.com

CGI of the Rockies is a joint project of Chabad in Longmont and NW Metro Denver. For more infor visit our website at www.JewishKidsCamp.comor call Shayna at 303.678.7595.

CGI of the Rockies Mini Gan Izzy Division summer 2011

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

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

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