• We Would Still Love Camp

    Since it is our last Shabbat this summer, we feel that love when we remember to be thankful for all the time we spent with our friends. And even though

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  • Our Lasts

    As our session and summer come to a close, and we experience our “lasts” – last Shabbat, last song session, last night – it’s natural to look back and reflect

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  • A Place to Call a Second Home

    Everyone knows about it and handles it differently. From to bunks to renovated pools, to new birkat traditions, campers become counselors, counselors become unit heads and after that they move

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  • Love and Love at Camp

    We chose love because love is thinking about others and being together. At Camp Harlam, we experience love almost every day. We can talk and have fun together, and make

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  • The Next Generation

    Building the next generation of leaders is crucial to camp as well as to our society as a whole. Many outside observers view the Gesher program as solely giving the

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  • Carmel- We R 4 U

    Other counselors who thought about the campers specifically with words like: silly, adorable, enthusiastic, energetic, goofy, giggly, crazy, unpredictable, and dirty.

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  • With Love and Feeling Lucky

    It’s a little bit surreal to be here, isn’t it? Whether you started way back in Carmel or started just last summer, you would look at those Chavurah campers doing

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  • Dear Chavurah

    You have so much enthusiasm for activities and created memories throughout them all. And more than you know, so many of these cherished memories that we all share will stick

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  • Send My Love to All My Friends

    Of course, we encounter arguments like the blind men did about the elephant. We come here from different places with different perspectives. And, like the men in the story, we

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  • On the Home Screen of Your Phones

    They created a mashup of serious advice, camp values, and inside jokes. Amidst images of Jewish stars and stick figures holding hands, there were reminders of everlasting friendship and advice.

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