• More Than Just a Face

    We also think about how this nose and how at camp, we too are given the freedom to express ourselves. We know we can be our best selves because people won’t judge us.

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  • A Camp Harlam Acrostic Poem

    C- Committing to be your best self A- Attending all activities M- Making each other happy P- Participate to the fullest

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  • Life on the Fringes

    Like the tzitzit on a talit, there are twist, turns, and even knots in a summer here at Camp Harlam.  But our faculty joy is in lifting up the presence of God, and teaching Torah in the larger and smaller moments.

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  • What It Means to Be a Chavurah Buddy

    I for sure wasn’t ready to meet a kid twice my age who I was supposed to create some sort of connection with, but it turns out, I was wrong. I absolutely loved it and my buddy was amazing. His name was Tyler and we hit it off instantly.

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  • Returning to Camp as an International Staff Member

    Camp Harlam for the first time has allowed me to become a part of something bigger than myself and grow as a member of our own Kehila Kedosha (sacred community), which I will be eternally grateful for.

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  • A Letter from Our Newest Lifeguards

    The most satisfying moment was after testing, when we put all of our skills into use to earn our lifeguarding certification, and to join the waterfront community.

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  • A New Tradition Comes to Camp Harlam

    On this past Friday night, as we celebrated our first Shabbat together, our staff members raised these tallitot over the heads of their campers, and together we sang Hashkivenu , the blessing we also sing each night here at Harlam, asking for a shelter of peace to be spread over us.

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  • K’Far Noar Is All In!

    If you don’t put your whole self into activities at camp, you will not be able to enjoy yourself fully. What every you do at camp, put your all into it, and make it count. 

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  • Lessons in Leadership

    Camp is where I developed a sense of humor, where I learned to take care of myself, it’s where an only child found sisters and brothers for the first time, and it’s also where I developed the confidence to try to lead others.

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  • Week 1 Schedule for 2nd Session 2018

    It’s a beautiful sunny day in Kunkletown! See what your camper will be up to by reading the calendar below.  

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