Solelim has had a very busy first few weeks of camp! From jumping off the blob in the lake to learning new recipes in Jewish Cooking, our campers have been having a blast trying new activities and making new friends. Along with all of the Solelim campers have...
Now available are our Jewish cooking recipes from first session! Janel Habosha, our Jewish cooking specialist, did an amazing job working with our campers in order to exemplify a communal environment where every person shared a part in the cooking. Here are the...
Just remember you are giving your child a gift that only camp can provide. The gift of independence, problem solving without your help, negotiating friendships, learning to take care of him or herself, making choices about everything from food to clothes to activities, learning to love Judaism on one’s own terms, exploring, adventure, courage, and so. much. more.
Since June 21st, the 14 students on the Machon Mitzvah Corps (MMC) program have gathered with a goal of service. From volunteering in community projects to studying social justice, the Machon have learned valuable lessons that they will take to Camp Coleman and beyond.
Bonim has been having an amazing time this summer! We are super excited to welcome our second group of two-week campers today and to share lots of fun activity with them. Last week, we had a super sloppy night, a fun mess with shaving cream, baby shampoo and water...
The Coleman community was thrilled to host the first residency of Jacob Spike Kraus’s 15-camp tour this summer. Spike is a phenomenally talented song-leading and singer-songwriter who came up through the URJ camp system and was the perfect guest for our first week of camp and first Shabbat..
Kochavim has had an action-packed beginning to the session and we aren’t stopping now.
We are halfway through the session and the fun is just beginning! The unit has been enjoying many of the programs such as mitzvah party, a fun way to learn about philanthropic organizations, or shattered vessels, where they learned the importance of repairing the world through candy. While all the activities and programs are fun at camp, the campers really enjoyed the Kesher trip this past week!
Last week, Chalutzim embarked on a four-day civil rights-themed trip around the South. This included stops throughout major landmarks of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and going to the Atlanta Braves game as well as the Six Flags Over Georgia amusement park.
IT’S TRIP TIME! That’s right, all our campers have gone on trips over the last few days! Read here to hear all about them.
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