If your child is gainfully utilizing summer to pick up skills like watching 4 films a day and adding to his word power ways of describing humans and situations that he definitely didn't pick up at home, then you know that you're giving him as much space as he desires. And what better way to curb such excesses than to put him in a camp at a religious place?
The summer camp at the YWCA has skilled people teaching the children various activities like aerobics, painting and other arts (Camlin is conducting a workshop), soft toy making, dancing and acting (theater), and has avenues for entertainment like story reading. There are young girls taking continuous care of the children since the children are all aged 3-12 years, with most being very young. Like Sharada Israel, the head, says, "We are holding this camp primarily to relieve the working mother of the stress of managing kids and office together."
There are 2 groups of children in this camp to ensure more personal attention, and the overall strength is above 50. Please contact Sharada Israel at 780-1909 for further details.