Food and Allergy Info - Lubavitch Chabad of Skokie
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Snacks and Drinks

Lunch, Snacks and Drinks

All campers are provided with morning snacks which include dry cereal and milk, and full catered lunches. Afternoon Enrichment campers receive afternoon snacks. Drinks are provided throughout the day. There is no need for you to send any food with your child. If your child is gluten or lactose intolerant, special food can be provided by prior arrangement. The required request form is available on our website.

If you choose to send food from home, please note: Food must be in a clearly labeled bag or lunch box. Send food that will remain fresh at room temperature. Food must be kosher. Please consult the camp menu, and do not send meat foods on days that dairy is served at camp, and do not send dairy on days that meat foods are served.

(For most children, a sandwich, a drink, and one or two other items are sufficient. )

Accommodating Children with Food Allergies

Our camp is a nut free zone. Please do not send your child to camp with any foods that contain nuts, including peanut butter.

Click here to download the form to request special lunches. (PDF) 

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