• Observing Tisha B’Av at Camp

    I have been fascinated with the various ways our Jewish camping communities grapple with this day, trying to determine how to best observe what is traditionally known as the saddest

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  • Week 3 Round Up: 2nd Session 2019

    It’s been another fun filled week at camp. The weather has been perfect and we are excited to enjoy our last week of camp together! Carmel: Carmel had a great

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  • Countless Summer Stories

    As we get closer to the end of our session, it’s amazing to already hear the ways in which our campers tell the stories of this summer. Punctuated by laughter

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  • Finding Meaning

    We are only just beginning to appreciate the meaning of these moments. As we think about our junior camp experience coming to a close, we are so grateful for our

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  • Shabbat Sharon!

    Whether it’s your first or last year at camp we have all made a journey as we come together as one with our community. That is why Sharon thinks “journeys” is

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  • Jewish Life at Camp Harlam

    I love watching campers make memories that last a life time. These memories are the finished product of what camp should be and the Tikkun Middot push us to create

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  • Goofy, Growthy, Fun!

    That’s when it occurred to me that the unit of Carmel can truly be summed up as a group of extremely goofy, growth fostering, and fun staff and campers. Despite

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  • Win Everywhere!

    By The Athletics Staff The Athletics Department has had a great summer so far. Clinics have been running smoothly and campers have had lots of opportunities to learn new skills

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  • It’s More Than Just Instructional Swim

    I will use my interpersonal experiences to further my path in psychology. I will use my camper experiences to exude empathy to all who I meet. And I will use

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  • The Bridge From Campers to Counselors

    Now, as CITs we feel it is our responsibility to teach our campers what our counselors taught us. We want to show them that camp is more than just the

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