• A Penny for Your Thoughts

    Jewish Disability Advocacy Day brought to light that we still have a lot of work to do in our society,

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  • Seeing Campers For Who They Are

    I am so proud that camp is a place that celebrates our individuality and seeks to accommodate all people who wish to be a part of our beautiful community.

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  • Showing Gratitude for Our Blessings

    This year on Tu B’Shevat, let’s appreciate our connections to the physical world and protect the natural resources that have been granted to us.

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  • The Beginning of a New Journey

    The Harlam Camp Council's obligation is to help camp get to its next 60th anniversary. Which means that for us, the planning starts today.

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  • Bringing the World to Kunkletown

    When all our international hiring trips are complete, we will have hired around 80 staff members from nine different countries.

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  • The Gift of a Lifetime: My Jewish Identity

    I cite my parents’ decision to raise a Jewish family as my gift of a lifetime because of the astronomical impact it has had on my life thus far.

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  • Camp Harlam Enrollment Open for 2018!


    Our early enrollment period for summer 2018 is now open for returning Camp Harlam and Harlam Day Camp families and those who took a summer tour or participated in Rookie Day in 2017.

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  • How We’re Changed For Good at Camp


    Camp is about nurturing opportunities for kids to become the best version of themselves, and to take that version with them to face, and change, the world.

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  • Finding Joy in Thinking About Others


    In a way, I feel indebted to this place and to my parents for the gifts both have given me. By my parents making the decision to raise a Jewish family and to send me here, I have made countless lifelong friends, met my best friend (who is also visiting tonight), and have had the pleasure to work with some of the most talented, thoughtful and wise colleagues I could have ever dream of.

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  • Once There Was A Sad, Sad Potato…


    Most importantly, we’re endeavoring to tell the stories of these kids, which are still incredibly meaningful and incredibly important even if they’re incredibly silly. Here at Harlam, we provide our campers the ability to be creative and silly and be celebrated for it, to be cheered on by your bunkmates and hopefully bring deep laughter to the whole unit.

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