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JCC Chicago Apachi Village Day Camp Lake Zurich *

23280 N. Old McHenry Road
Lake Zurich, IL 60047
Phone: 847-726-0800
Email: jsmith@jccchicago.org
Web: http://www.apachi.org/apach-village-lake-zurich
Contact: Jamee Smith

New for Summer 2019 is Apachi Village in Lake Zurich, our beloved Apachi program for preschoolers! Apachi Village Day Camp is big on fun in a nurturing environment where emerging independence is fostered in our youngest campers. With our focus solely on 3 and 4-year olds, everything is sized just right for your little one with all age-appropriate activities taking place at Lake County JCC in Lake Zurich. Easy in, easy out carpool lines help ease the transition and make drop off and pick-up a breeze.

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