• Two Camps, Two Homes

    Two camps, two homes, so many shared values and traditions.  This is what Harlam and Newman provide for my family. I trust this is what all of our URJ camps

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  • Giving Thanks

    Maybe to your friend that helped you with dining hall. Maybe to your counselors who took you to the mirpa’ah. It could even be to your bunkmate for cleaning up

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  • A Place Where We All Belong

    It’s a breathtaking view and it was a moving and beautiful celebration. I hope that these reflections help you to feel the sense of security, comfort, and joy your campers

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  • A Place to Call Home

    From trying my first s’more to teaching my first swimming lesson, it’s safe to say my time at camp has been new, exciting, and tasty!

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  • It Takes a Village

    The village is an amazing place to live. We are surrounded by nature and the things that it gives. Even though we are in this sacred holy place, there are

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  • Cooking in Bubbio’s Kitchen

    Sharing my Grandma Sara’s recipe along with its story, my love of baking and joy of being with the kids….what a perfect day. By the way, I think they loved

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  • Week 3 Schedules: First Session 2019

    Week 3 will bring many trips for our units- Boston, Baltimore, Dorney and Hershey Park! Click on each unit’s schedule to see what our campers will be participating in this

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  • Weekly Round Up: 2nd Week, First Session 2019

    It’s been another fantastic week at camp! Read below to find out the highlights from each unit.  Carmel: This week in Carmel was jam-packed! We had an amazing time in

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  • Becoming a Kehillah Kedosha

    Last year in Galil we were all separated into different bunks. K’far has brought us together to create one big community. Although a group of crazy girls running around a

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  • Independence and Freedom at Camp Harlam

    The years’ 1776 and 1948 have something special in common.  These are the years that my two favorite places gained their independence - America and Israel. 

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