• How Are Camp Coleman Days Different?

    On all other days, kids search for fun, exciting things to do; On Camp Coleman days, kids awake to a fun-filled day of adventure and thrill! Sports, swimming, tie dye, the ropes course, archery and more.


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  • Welcome to Lindsey and Walterina!

    We are very pleased to announce the selection of Lindsey Davis as incoming  Camp Coleman Assistant Director.  Lindsey will be graduating in May with a degree in Family and Child Sciences from  Florida State University.  Lindsey is no stranger to Coleman-she attended 9 summers as a camper, traveled with Coleman to Israel, and also participated in our Machon program.


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  • Farewells from Donetta and Alex

    It was 8 years ago that I learned about an opportunity to be an Assistant Director at URJ Camp Coleman. I can be an Assistant Director at a camp I didn’t grow up at!? I never went to Jewish overnight summer camp as a camper, and after meeting the team and going to camp with Bobby for my interview I knew this was where I wanted to be and a place I wanted to call home.


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  • Jamming for Good!

    They decided to host a concert, inviting other Atlanta musicians, to raise money for their individual passions- animals and the environment- through Angels Among Us Pet Rescue and Trees Atlanta.


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  • A True Gift of Life

    Ryan jumped at the chance to save a life of a person he had never met, and he did just that.


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  • Happy Hanukkah!

    Some of our 2018 Kochavim campers reenacted the story- check out the video to see!


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  • Recipes from the Garden

    Sukkot, which begins this Sunday night, is a holiday to give thanks for the fall harvest. We are thankful for our Campscape garden, and in celebration wanted to share some recipes from the garden! Another Sukkot tradition is to invite friends, family, and even strangers into your sukkah to rejoice- so make some fried green tomatoes and limonana and celebrate Sukkot!


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