• Nachshonim Program Update 2nd Session

    For example, campers would have to "find someone who represents kavod (respect)" or "find someone who works in the Minsky (art building)", and they would then have to fill in their name on the slip of paper and move on to the next.


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  • Recipes from Jewish Cooking

    My very favorite thing about being the Jewish Cooking Specialist is getting to connect with the campers. It doesn’t get much better than good conversation and good food. I love seeing the satisfaction in their eyes and smiles.


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  • End of 1st Session 2018 Performances

    Our 1st Session campers showcased performances they worked on all session- enjoy!


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  • 10 Things to Write to Your Campers

    We're over halfway through second session and you may be wondering how to think of new and interesting ways to find out every single thing about your child's day without repeating yourself in every letter.


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  • No More Than My Space and No Less Than My Place

    This was a group of campers who were into introspection and self-improvement. I was so impressed with their eagerness and open mindedness. We created a safe space and shared openly and frankly about life’s challenges.


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  • Friday Night Live Session 2 Episode 2 2018

    Enjoy the creativity of our campers- and a Maccabiah recap!


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  • Tsofim Program Update Second Session

    The campers participated in a mashehu called "Taking Care of Yourself", which revolved around exploring the varying ways to cope with stress. While Tsofimers are likely not riddled with stress, this was a fun way to explore stress relief techniques the campers can apply in the near or far future, which are useful during life's little hiccups.


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  • Jurassic MAC: The Lost Island Update

    It’s been an awesome Maccabiah so far! The Blue Paleontologists and Red Trainers have been competing to see who will help make a peaceful world where all creatures can live in harmony.


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  • Baseball Legend Josh Zeid Visits Camp!

    Jake said, "I really enjoyed the movie and thought it was awesome to see so many Jewish athletes pursuing their dreams and playing for their country". Adam stated, "I found the movie to be powerful in its message, especially watching an idol on screen and then being able turn around and see him right there and talk to him".


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  • Jurassic MAC: The Lost Island

    By using our values, Hitlamdut: learning about one’s self, Haarecha Shel Machloket: appreciation of differences, and Ohev et HaBriyot: loving all creatures, we are confident that these two teams will be able to help create a society that can accommodate humans as well as the dinosaurs now brought into our world.


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