Kallah Aleph Closing Day Information

Review our closing day procedures for the end of the session!

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Onward And Upward

Onward And Upward

Time sure does fly when you’re having fun! It’s difficult for me to believe that Kallah Aleph 2015 ends in two days.

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Repairing The World: One Soda Tab At A Time

Cabin 3 2015 has created their own Tikun Olam project, helping repair the world one soda tab at a time. They’ve collected over 1,000 tabs for Ronald McDonald House so far. And their story is inspiring.

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GUCI Dictionary

GUCI Dictionary

By Gabi Schneider (Director of Communications), Chase Foster (Programming and Judaic Studies Director) and Casey Wright (Art Specialst and Senior Program Assistant) We love talking in GUCI slang here at camp. Check out our GUCI Dictionary so that you have some background when talking to a GUCIite! Units Camp K’ton: Day camp for ages 4-8; means “Little Camp” Garin: Our youngest overnight unit; rising 3rd and 4th graders; means “seed” Shoresh: Unit for rising 5th and 6th graders; means “root” Gezah: Unit for rising 7th and 8th graders; means “trunk” Anaf: Unit for rising 9th and 10th graders; means “branch” Avodah: […]

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A Focus On Programs

By Josh Latzko, Director of Specialists Hi, my name is Josh Latzko and I am the Director of Specialists this summer. I am a senior at the University of Louisville studying Sport Administration and Marketing. My favorite sport is baseball and I dream to one day be the General Manager of the Boston Red Sox. I served as the Youth Engagement Director at Temple Adath Israel Brith Sholom in Louisville, Kentucky for the past two years. This is the first year in recent memory GUCI has had someone solely focused on our specialty programs. That being said, my responsibilities include […]

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How To Tie Dye Like A Pro

By Gabi Schneider, Director of Communications Bright colors, crazy patterns, camper’s apparel, oh my! It’s no wonder everyone flocks to the tie dye activities. Tie Dye is a camp staple; read below for step by step directions of how to tie dye like a pro. 1. Get your materials ready Here’s what you’ll need: One [or more] white clothing items, we used a t-shirt for our project! Clothing dye Squirt bottles Rubber bands (these make the white lines that create the patterns) A faucet 2. Start the spiral Find where you want the center of the spiral to be and […]

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