Camp 613 celebrated July fourth in style, making faux apple pie, red white and blue edible sparklers and patriotic art projects and accessories. All the while they stayed cool by ice skating and ice hockey during the heat-wave.
The children at the Leah Sokoloff Nursery School summer program enjoyed stars and stripes week learning about the American and Israeli flags. They mixed red, white and blue paints to make their own flags. They enjoyed colorful parachute games and even wrote and illustrated their own book with the help of talented
TABC Head of School Rabbi Asher Yablok traveled up to camp last week to visit with students and alumni working. learning and camping this summer. He visited Camp Nesher, Morasha Kollel and was joined by Rabbis Einhorn and Finkelstein and Dr. Atlas at Camp Kaylie. More visits to follow!
Anshei Lubavitch teamed up with the Sylvan Learning Center to make STEM come alive for the older division and VIPs. Using teamwork and critical thinking skills, campers built dancing birds and Lego boats. It was great fun to watch their creations come alive as they wiggled and moved.
(Courtesy of Camp HASC) Like clockwork, the buses turn down the narrow street, their steel frames glinting in the sunlight. At the corner, a man in a short beard, radio clipped to his hip, waves them onward. The time, 9 a.m. The place, an ordinary school parking lot in the heart of Boro Park. The