It’s hard to believe it, but the first session of camp is already over! Two weeks went by really quickly, but it was a ton of fun. I am constantly impressed by what these kids know about how to grow their own food.
on July 17, 2012
Many of you may not have met Randy. Maybe you knew him as the nice man with a white beard in the blue camp pick-up truck on the opening and closing days of camp. Randy was a far more complex man than I think most people will ever realize.
On Monday afternoon we lost a dear friend to a yearlong battle with cancer. Randy Parsons was the first employee of URJ Camp Kalsman. He was the camp’s caretaker; his calm and gentle demeanor hid the towering giant of man that I knew.
on July 16, 2012
“Camp changes lives, from the cabin to the dining hall, and every inch of grass and gravel in between,” wrote Sara Beth Berman, in her application to become a Nadiv educator. Read more about our involvment with this exciting Nadiv program!
on July 16, 2012
Avi Fine, our Chavaya Department head couldn’t contain his top 10 list to 10 reasons! Check out the top ELEVEN reasons Avi believes he has one of the best jobs at camp!
on July 11, 2012
This photo project is just one small part of the URJ’s online theme, which will focus on and highlight the many opportunities for Reform Jewish summer youth experiences. Share your memories and we’ll feature you in our online Facebook album!
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