Jewish Nevada and Jewish Community Center of Southern Nevada Bring Back ‘Camp J’ Summer Camps for Kids

LAS VEGAS – Jewish Nevada and the Southern Nevada Jewish Community Center (JCC) are proud to announce the return of Camp J, six weekly summer camps, including the return of the week-long JCC Overnight Camp . Each week has customizable options for kids in grades K-6 (Grades 3-8 for Camp J Overnight.)

Each week (except weeks 4 and 6), campers will have the choice between 1 of 2 specialized camp offers:

Week 1: June 13 – June 17 | Specialties: Art or Chess
Week 2: June 20 – June 24 | Specialties: Dance or Camp Invention
Week 3: June 27 – July 1 | Specialties: Martial Arts or Music
Week 4: July 5 – July 8 | Camp J On the Go Fieldtrips (no camp 7/4/22)
Week 5: July 11 – July 15 | Specialties: E-Games or Cooking
Week 6: July 18 – July 22 | Overnight at Camp J

“We are incredibly excited to be offering a range of summer camp options for kids this summer,” said Danica Torchin, JCC Camp Director. “Camp J summer camps are open to all children, regardless of their religious beliefs; it’s an inclusive environment meant to bring the joys of camp to everyone.

Each of the specialty weeks costs $300 per camper and overnight camp costs $650 per camper. JCC members receive a 10% discount and scholarships are available. For more information and to register, visit https://jewishnevada.regfox.com/campj22.

For all questions, including registration and scholarship information, please contact Camp Director Danica Torchin at [email protected] For questions regarding Camp J Overnight, please contact Neil Popish at [email protected]

About Jewish Nevada
Jewish Nevada is the Jewish Federation of Nevada, serving as the representative organization for Nevada’s 70,000 Jews. It is the only organization responsible for assessing and responding to the needs of the entire community. Jewish Nevada works diligently to build a vibrant community and support Jewish life throughout Nevada, Israel and around the world. She is committed to the values ​​of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world); Tzedakah (righteousness and philanthropy); and G’milut Hasadim (acts of kindness and service).

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Jill E. Washington