Camp Seneca Lake in Pennsylvania is one of the few Jewish overnight camps in the area to open.
Despite a decade of urging, the social network wasn’t taking hate speech concerns seriously enough, the ADL said.
““That’s how I roll,” the woman said.
Peninsula Temple Sholom in the Bay Area included Benjamin’s name on a window listing significant Jewish figures.
Camps are still unsure whether they can manage the health risks and kids will be able to follow social distancing guidelines.
The number soared last week from 20,000 per day, the Anti-Defamation League said.
They appear to be the first two Orthodox camps to do so.
“We felt we had to do what we could to give the kids a return to normalcy” while trying to mitigate the risks, Camp Modin’s co-director said.
The announcement comes as some Conservative Ramah camps are set to announce that they will cancel their sessions.
Multiple Conservative Ramah camps look likely to cancel their summers due to the pandemic.