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Saturday, August 18, 2018

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Camp Cochavim Campers Are Having a Blast

Camp Cochavim campers had a blast playing lacrosse, parachute games and more! They also love doing arts and crafts galore!

STEM Activities Are Fun at Anshei Lubavitch Day Camp

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.

Camp Mesorah Is One Big Happy Family

Check out all the siblings who are together at Camp Mesorah!

Children With Disabilities Are Told: ‘Pack Your Bags!’

(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

Parksville, New York: The Real ‘City of Angels’

Parksville, New York, is home to the celebrated Camp HASC for children and adults with special needs. Just about everyone in the Jewish community knows someone who has been a camper, counselor or support staffer at this place that has been dubbed “Heaven on Earth.”

Before the

Camp Malchus Offers Exciting STEM and Girls Camps

This summer, Malchus STEM camp is offering an amazing program for campers finishing grades five to seven, that will build off the success of the last two summers. In addition to exciting 3D printing, under the direction of Shneur Garb, coding and engineering challenges, we will have the privilege of working with Gabriel Neiman, who

Camp Shalom Keeps the Fun Going

From our youngest crew all the way through, there is lots of fun for everyone.

LSNS Gets ‘Constructive’

The children of Leah Sokoloff Nursery School had a very “constructive” first week of the summer program. They constructed buildings out of cardboard blocks and made creative cardboard constructions. They “created” and illustrated their own story and made construction with shapes out of the kids! They enjoyed

Camp Kef Is Loads of Fun

Camp 613 Has Rainbow Day

The girls division of Camp 613 showed off their fun and creative side when they made rainbow treats on rainbow dress up day!

BCHSJS Students Win Robotics Competition

Bergen County High School of Jewish Studies students Itai Epstein and William Milun were part of a three person Teaneck High School robotics team that won first place at the statewide Panasonic Creative Design Challenge robotics competition. Each team was required to build a robotic device capable of performing tasks through an

Camp 613 Is Off to an Awesome Start

Camp 613 is off to a wonderful start. Campers have enjoyed such diverse activities as rock climbing, bounce house, ice skating, swimming, sports, arts and crafts, choreography, show, ballet, gymnastics, culinary arts and more! This summer is going to be one for the books! To find out more, visit us at www.camp613.com or