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JCC Chicago Apachi Rogers Park *

Bernard Horwich JCC
3003 W. Touhy Ave.
Chicago, IL 60645
Phone: 847-516-5857
Fax: 773-761-8835
Email: msteinberg@jccchicago.org
Web: http://www.apachi.org/rogerspark
Contact: Matt Steinberg, Director

Located at Bernard Horwich JCC, Apachi Rogers Park is a hidden gem in the community, providing campers with a one-of-a-kind exploration of Judaism and self. You may not see it from our front doors, but venture out back and you'll discover a gorgeous, park-like setting, for sunny camp days packed with all the fun and friends of Apachi. With swim lessons, theme days, field trips, cookouts, and sports, campers thrive in our Torah-enriched community while exploring new interest, gaining skills, and creating lifelong friendships. 4 years-8th grade + CIT.

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