Camp Daisy and Harry Stein

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Prescott, Ariz.
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Primary categoryCategory: Summer Camps
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Camp Daisy and Harry Stein, owned and operated by Congregation Beth Israel in Scottsdale, is a unique and exciting place. A Jewish overnight summer camp nestled in the majestic Bradshaw Forest of Prescott, Arizona, it is a place where campers discover more about themselves, their abilities, & their Judaism. A summer of fun, a lifetime of memories!

Camp Stein, previously known as Camp Charles Pearlstein, has devoted more than three magical decades to Jewish youth.

InfoCamp pricing: Camp price ranges from $1,025 to $5,600. Pricing is dependent on duration of stay and whether the camper is a CBI member, synagogue affiliated or non-affiliated.
InfoCamp topics/interests: Arts, Special needs, Sports/Recreation, General
InfoHosting organization: Camp Daisy and Harry Stein
InfoCamp hours: Overnight
InfoAges: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
InfoLunch: Yes
InfoExtended day offered: Yes
InfoMaximum attendees: 1000
InfoRegistration deadline: Monday, Jun 1, 2020
InfoRefundable registration fee: No
InfoDo you offer discounts and/or scholarships? If so please list: $75 off camp tuition for second and subsequent siblings. First time campers who are attending camp for more than two weeks automatically receive $360 off their tuition. Camp Stein also offers a scholarship opportunities with the help of the Congregation Beth Israel. Scholarships are awarded based off the number of applicants and level of need. For more information, contact Leah Zigmond at (408) 951-0323 or Applications for scholarships are due March, 6, 2020.

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