Our campers and staff created this weekly podcast update for our community!
Mason and I returned from camp that summer and I doubled down on my involvement in The Diamond Family Religious School at Temple Emanu-El, eventually becoming the Principal of the
During Nachshonim's first Mashehu, the campers participated in a program called "Hero Value Shopping"; campers went around the room and saw various different values written down (e.g. enthusiasm, empathy, and
This was an empowering program that showed campers they don't always have to volunteer at an organization to make a difference- they can create their own.
The Solelim campers had to think up a creative way to stop their uncooked chicken egg from breaking when dropping it off the Minsky Art Center balcony.
Chana's role as an educator is to encourage thoughts and conversations and ways the campers might mobilize any ideas they are passionate about into something real in the future.
Sit back, relax, and watch our creative campers on Friday Night Live!
The transformative power of camp can be found in the bunk at night when campers build the foundations for lifelong friendships; on the sports field when one camper picks up
Everyone's special, and we all need everyone unique qualities to make the bigger picture and build towards a stronger and more inclusive Jewish community.