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CAMP MASSAD ADDS A WEEK ON THE WATER TO ITS LEADERSHIP TRAINING

February 15, 2013

Q. What can be better for a 15-year-old than five weeks at Camp Massad?

A. Six weeks at Camp Massad!

Camp Massad of Manitoba, the only Hebrew immersion residential summer camp in all of North America, is pleased to introduce Mechina ul Ha Mayim (Mechina on the Water), an extra week of leadership training for 15 years olds.

This bonus week  of camp, open to all children finishing grade nine (whether registered for Mechina or not) promises to be a canoe trip like no other – an opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors, learn new skills and confront new challenges while enjoying   Massad’s incomparable  programming.

For further information about Mechina ul Ha Mayim or other Massad programs contact Executive Director Danial Sprintz at [email protected] or  204-477-7487

 
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