• It’s an Amazing Experience

    It's a crazy experience. It's about things you'd never do anywhere else, it's people you feel way to comfortable with, it's things you never thought you'd do.

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  • The Galil Hike Tradition Continues

    Our Galil bunks have proved that with the trust of one another and some hard work, they can push through any challenge. The hike may be tough, but in the end the view is pretty great. 

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  • Archarayut: Thinking About Others

    When we won the golden plunger, we were all so happy and got to enjoy really good chipwhiches!  So, always think about others because something good will come out of it in the end.

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  • Tiferet: Finding Inner Beauty in Ourselves and Others

    Inner beauty on the inside means showing kindness to other people and yourself.  So we have a little challenge.  Every day, we challenge you to show a Mitzvah to someone.

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  • Adventure is Everywhere

    Adventure surfaces when you talk to someone new in your unit, try a new stroke in the pool, or speak at Shabbat services. It is physically manifested, however, in the tower, high ropes, and the 16 unique adventure staff members.

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  • Castle SuperRad and Other Camp Stories

    These silly stories and games are exactly what camp is all about: pushing far past convention, indulging and exploring our inner weirdness, and lifting up humor, storytelling, and originality.

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  • What’s New in Teva for 2018

    The Teva department provides fun and safe experiences in these forests for all those who attend camp. During standard program days, we lead hikes of all ages of campers into the woods surrounding camp.

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  • No Carvel Cake for Me!

    I hope your Harlam stories are filled with pages of stories of your interactions with staff from all over the world that you have met and will continue to meet as a Harlam camper.

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  • A Place I Can Call Home

    I already knew by day three I wanted to come back and do this all again next year. Making many friends within the first week, including some best friends that will definitely last a life-time.

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  • K’Far Noar’s Annual Trip to Baltimore

    K’Far Noar this week travelled to Baltimore on their annual trip. The time away allowed the campers to reflect on their connection to Judaism alongside finding joy in all Baltimore had to offer.

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