Where my family grew: The Musical Service. It was such an amazing service and I could truly tell how closely knit these campers are just by watching them pray together. Arm around arm, holding hands, and singing their hearts out, this was a family. I saw Talmidim campers holding Olim campers, and Garin campers holding Maskilim campers. During prayer, and always, Jacobs Camp is one united family. The rest of the evening I spent mingling with the staff, hearing about the programs in the works for each unit. I’m so jealous of the campers after seeing the action packed, fun-filled summer they’re going to have!
on June 24, 2011
While there are many aspects of camp that Annie and I could speak about when trying to ascertain what has made Jacobs such a powerful force in our lives, the pervasive theme for each of us would be the friendships and relationships we were lucky enough to form at camp.
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