The Summit Jewish Community Center Nursery School is announcing the "Summer Fun" program is still accepting campers for 2013. The new enhanced Jewish Community Center facility includes a beautiful gross motor activity room and state of the art playground. The highly regarded summer camp program "Summer Fun" caters to early childhood. For further information please contact Barbara Bearg, Early Childhood Director at (908) 277-3919 or email@example.com.
Summit Jewish Community Center Nursery School Announces the "Summer Fun" Program is Still Accepting Campers for 2013
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