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Open book showing a path leading off into a forest

There are few things I remember as well as the stories told to me by so many rabbis, cantors, educators, and teachers throughout my life.

Rabbi Leora Kaye
kids in white shirts viewed from the back

Author Helen Fine’s 1961 At Camp Kee Tov takes (mostly) young readers to an eponymous summer camp much like any o

Cantor Jacqueline Marx
Shoshana Nambi

Ugandan native Shoshana Nambi, 27, was one of a dozen Ugandan Jewish young adults who spent this summer working as counselors and specialists at Union for Reform J

Aron Hirt-Manheimer

One of the wonderful benefits of Jewish summer camp is the opportunity to experience the beauty of nature that surrounds us on the campgrounds.

Mandy Herlich and Rabbi Alan Cook

My dear son,

Debi Mohile Goldberg

Being Jewish at Reform Jewish summer camp isn’t just about religion – it’s about the experience of a vibrant, diverse community.

Kate Bigam

By the time she was 3 years old, Jazz Jennings (not her original first name or her real last name) knew she was meant to be a girl.

Kate Bigam

Here is how I spend a Shabbat at camp.

Jordan Pelavin

One of the most challenging parts of adulthood is the realization and acceptance that many of your friends, family members, and colleagues will make different decisions than you.

Rabbi Karen Perolman


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