Jodi and Adam Robin pictured with their daughters, Sydney and Avery
Jodi and Adam Robin pictured with their daughters, Sydney and Avery

Tamarack Camps welcomed more than 400 community members back to Camp Maas for Fall Fest on Sunday, Oct. 2, for the first time since 2019.

In partnership with Hazon, Hillel Day School, JCC Day Camps, O.A.T.S. (Offering Alternative Therapy with Smiles), Born Yoga and Repair the World, they were able to provide outdoor fall activities for participants of all ages.

Julie Trepeck Harris and Billy Harris with their son, Ethan, display their art project.
Julie Trepeck Harris and Billy Harris with their son, Ethan, display their art project.

As admission to the event, families collected change and filled tzedakah boxes to support the CAMPaign for Change, which benefits camp scholarships.

Some of Detroit’s Shinshiniot, Lihi Shtiglits, Michal Neuman and Daria Sivan, return to their roots as former members of the Israeli Camper Program at Camp Maas (not pictured, Aya Giladi).
Some of Detroit’s Shinshiniot, Lihi Shtiglits, Michal Neuman and Daria Sivan, return to their roots as former members of the Israeli Camper Program at Camp Maas (not pictured, Aya Giladi).

To date, $12,000 has been raised through the CAMPaign for Change, and all gifts up to $15,000 will be generously matched by Morgan and Danny Kaufman and Jodie and Jamie Davis.

Michelle Bass with her son, Simon, add their change to the community tzedakah box.
Michelle Bass with her son, Simon, add their change to the community tzedakah box.

Funds are still being collected and you can learn more by visiting https://tamarackcamps.com/giving/change.

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