• Summer 2018 In Review

    “My son had an amazing first summer month away experience at Camp Coleman. He enjoyed each activity, had great counselors, made wonderful friends, looked forward to Shabbat, and came home with exciting stories to tell and fun songs to sing. My son is one of only two Jewish people in his elementary school, so being in a place where everyone is Jewish was a special experience for him. We as parents could not be happier.”


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  • Unpacking Camp

    As we are about to conclude this session filled with new and renewed friendships, exciting and adventurous trips, raucous song sessions, new skills, and of course living in a joyous Jewish community, I am aware that it might sometimes be challenging for you as parents to learn about specific aspects of camp life from your child’s perspective.


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  • 2017 in Review & Gearing Up for 2018

    Last February, our Coleman Camp Committee defined two priorities: Scholarship Fund Development and Alumni Engagement. Both are intended to help Camp Coleman reach as many campers as possible and to continue Coleman’s longstanding tradition of inspiring generations of campers to be caring, committed and connected Jews. On behalf of the Camp Committee, we are pleased to report on Camp Coleman’s 2017 accomplishments.


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  • Havdalah: The Separation Between Camp and the Rest of the Year

    As these young people continue on their path in life,  may they  always know that they are part of something bigger than themselves—the Coleman community- and draw support from it. 


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    Celebrating Bobby Harris’ 25 Years as Camp Director

    Bobby has been the heart and soul of URJ Camp Coleman for the last 25 years, inspiring thousands of people to be more strongly connected and committed to Judaism.


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  • Celebrating Bobby Harris’ 25 Years as Camp Director

    It is a thrill to witness a professional who is deeply dedicated to his work and the emotional, physical and spiritual welfare of every camper and staff member.


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