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Habonim Dror Camp Tavor

59884 Arthur L. Jones Road
Phone: 269-215-1399
Email: info@camptavor.org
Web: www.camptavor.org

Non-denominational Jewish overnight camp experience. Offers programs for boys and girls entering grades 3–12. Session lengths range from five days to seven weeks. Camp Tavor's community is nurturing and inclusive. Activities are individualized and aim to build self-confidence. Serves kosher meals, and much of the food grown is from the camp organic farm. New campers may be eligible for up to $1,000 off camp tuition.

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