Tag: Jewish summer camp

  • Time Flies…

    Today as I walked around camp, I did it a little slower than usual. Knowing that this was our last Friday of the summer, I did not want to miss a thing. I wanted to make sure that the joyful feeling I get from seeing the smiles of our campers was strong enough to get […]

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  • Opening Day brings a Flood of Tevya Memories

    As soon as the weather starts to get a little warmer, I can feel the anticipation of another summer at Tevya. It has been almost ten years since my last year as a counselor, but I still can’t help myself from thinking what it would be like to be back at camp this year. It […]

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  • Meet our 2016 Programming and Department Team

    Our summer days at camp are spent on the tennis court, soccer field and waterfront, and in the arts and crafts studio, photography, and Beit Shira. Each of these locations come alive at the start of the summer because of the preparation and expertise of the staff who run the departments that meet in these locations, […]

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  • Counting Down the Memories

    Math was my least favorite subject in school. It just never totally clicked. Social Studies, English, History, Science, Gym – no problem. I loved learning in those subjects, especially Gym. The material was accessible for me. It was relatable and fascinating and malleable. Math was cold and rigid numbers and equations. Math and numbers may […]

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  • Meet Our Department Heads

    I was up at camp last week, and I have to admit, as I walked around the turn by the Girl’s Porch, I was wishing I could just stay. Just being in 03033 as the snow was melting got me so excited that when I got home I packed up my camp shirts, prepared to move […]

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