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Exciting Program and New Facilities for Gan Izzy Day Camp

Gan Izzy Day Camp of the Rockies has recently opened registration for its four week summer day camp. An exciting program is planned including trips, sports, drama, and art and crafts. In addition the camp offers innovative and fun learning about Jewish traditions and holidays.

The camps three divisions are divided into age groups (2.9 to 13 years of age) with each division offering unique custom programming.

CGI of the Rockies is in its twelfth season, and has previously hosted children from Boulder, Broomfield and Weld Counties in addition to children from Adams and Jefferson Counties. The camp’s director is Mrs. Leah Brackman who also co-directs Chabad of NW Metro Denver with her husband Rabbi Benjy Brackman.

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Gan Izzy Day Camp’s Facilities at the Silver Hills Middle School in Westminster

The camp will be located at the Silver Hills Middle School in Westminster and offers a modern and spacious air conditioned campus that is also easily accessible, being just one block north of I-25 and 120th Ave.

Online registration is open with an early bird discount of just $150 per week expiring  on April 30.

The four weekly camp sessions are from June 22nn through July 17th. Camp hours are from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm with before and after care available. Synagogue affiliation and religious background is not required for registration. Registration and more information at www.JewishKidsCamp.com or by calling Leah at 720-837-3733.

About Rabbi Benjy Brackman

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

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