• Weekly Round Up: Week 3 First Session 2019

    Week 3 was another fun filled week at Camp Harlam! Read below to find out what each unit has been up to! Carmel: Carmel has had a jammed packed week!

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  • Rachamim: Acting with Your Heart

    Saturday morning our Galil (rising 8th graders) campers led a heart-felt service based on the middot, rachamim (acting with your heart). By Ari F. and Jacob F. We are campers in GB1.

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  • A Hole in One!

    Finally, this week, we were able to sit together, where he unveiled his plans for a Camp Harlam miniature golf course. Complete with 10 holes (the first hole is a

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  • Helping Campers Connect to Israel

    By Itamar Gendelam In Greek mythology, Atlas was a Titan (half God, half warrior) condemned to hold up the celestial heavens for eternity. Thanks to this punishment Atlas will be forever known

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  • Our Time Here at Camp is Ours

    Our time here at camp is ours.  And what we do with that time and how we embrace this awesome opportunity is left to each of us to decide. It’s

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  • What’s New in Chugim (Arts) for 2019

    Artistic expression is so important to children and the ability to let their creativity grow is shown in a number of activities and enables so many of our campers to

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  • Two Camps, Two Homes

    Two camps, two homes, so many shared values and traditions.  This is what Harlam and Newman provide for my family. I trust this is what all of our URJ camps

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  • Giving Thanks

    Maybe to your friend that helped you with dining hall. Maybe to your counselors who took you to the mirpa’ah. It could even be to your bunkmate for cleaning up

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  • A Place Where We All Belong

    It’s a breathtaking view and it was a moving and beautiful celebration. I hope that these reflections help you to feel the sense of security, comfort, and joy your campers

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  • A Place to Call Home

    From trying my first s’more to teaching my first swimming lesson, it’s safe to say my time at camp has been new, exciting, and tasty!

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