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Posted: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 8:12 am

The east end of the main hall of the Valley of the Sun JCC (The J) was abuzz with activity on Sunday morning. Representatives from more than a dozen Jewish summer camps from around the country worked their tables, talking to prospective campers and their parents about the amenities and programming each had to offer. The event also launched The J’s winter-spring programming, and was the beginning of a special registration opportunity for The J’s own summer day camp, Camp Shemesh.

“Program Launch is one of my favorite days,” said Kim Subrin, chief operating officer for The J. “It’s truly one-stop shopping where people can learn all that we have to offer. Not only will they learn about upcoming events and classes, they can take advantage of our incredible discounts on programs.”

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