• 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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  • This is Why We Do This

    The days are long and there are always a million things on our to-do lists, but it is moments like this – helping kids realize all they have to be

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  • Leaving Our Own Mark

    As current Chavurah campers, it’s incredibly special that we get to live in one of the camps only places with so many signatures. Besides the bunk another place in the

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  • Becoming Leaders

    Throughout camp there is an essence of leadership.  As one develops, the leadership opportunities widen.  As Chavurah campers we are given a sense of obligation to be leaders.

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  • What Makes Unit Cheers So Special?

    While I don’t remember who my bunk mate was during my Sharon summer in 2010 or what Chugim rotation I did in Chavurah, I can still remember each lyric to

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  • Like a Synagogue, But…Different

    It was to be like a synagogue, but…different. Donald Marder, a renowned architect in Philadelphia, was hired to design this unique space. As far as we know, there is no

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  • #wineverywhere

    By the Athletics Department The first week for athletics has been a huge success. Set up was quick and smooth and the level of teamwork was extraordinary. Everyone has settled

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  • Crossing the Bridge Again

    After graduating college and preparing to enter the real world, I felt using my moment of transition to give back to the community that made me the person I am

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  • An Exhilarating Roller Coaster

    As I nervously drove through the gates on June 9th, I was immediately embraced, physically and metaphorically. So far, this summer has been amazing, already exceeding my expectations. My camp

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