The second session is now in full swing and it has been an exciting two days.
As many of you know me by now, I am Randy, the camp’s Community Engagement Coordinator. I am here in the office to answer your calls and more importantly deliver your letters! I am always here to help with whatever you may need.
That includes answering questions about going home ☹! There have been some questions already about picking up chanichimot (campers) enrolled in Taste of Tavor July.
This 1-week program ends on Tuesday, July 17
. We ask that you plan your arrival to be approximately 2:00 PM (EDT), so that you have time to join your camper for a tour around camp before your 3:00 PM (EDT) departure time.
I will be sending out email reminders this weekend.
Rest assured though, no matter the session or program, you can always expect travel reminders from me at least 2-days before any expected camp arrival or departure.
But I’m not (emotionally) ready to talk about camp ending! So back to the festivities!
As you may or may not know it’s tradition on the first day of camp to throw our beloved Rosh into the lake. I am happy to report your children kept the legacy alive.
Thanks for posting that photo Randy! Hi families! This is Zoe. I must say this summer has been incredible, and the second session is shaping up to be one of the best yet! (hopefully with a lot less
It has been an incredible honor to watch our tzevet (staff) put the summer together, and now seeing it in action is amazing.
Every summer we have the privilege of watching your children learn and grow into empowered leaders, and I can't wait to see it and share it with you!