This past Monday, July 17, the Fair Lawn Jewish Day Camp celebrated its 10th year in existence, with a record number of campers—over 420—in addition to staff, counselors and special activity instructors. This event was marked with a photo-op with Bris Avrohom and Fair Lawn Jewish Day Camp staff and various public
Camp 613 started the Nine Days on Friday by adding the mitzvah of challah making to their day. After discussing the importance of hafrashas challah, campers decorated their challah Camp 613 style. Chocolate chips, sugary cinnamon and colored sprinkles topped the dough and smiles were seen by all!
The children of the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School Summer Program enjoyed learning about friends in the neighborhood and how to be good citizens. They learned how recycling protects the environment that we all share. The children made a city out of recycled materials and their own recycling decals. They enjoyed a
The children at Camp Gan Yaldenu Tots learned about the different types of transportation taking things from one place to the next by air, sea or land. The older kids were able to explore transportation by riding on a school bus and riding the train before visiting the animals in the zoo. All the children had fun