Summer was still rewarding for the teens studying with top Hartman scholars in a pilot program for emerging Jewish leaders.
It may seem like camp activities don’t translate well online. But it turns out that the main thing is connection, and that still works fine.
By coming together to question all assumptions, we can adapt and innovate toward an even better camp experience.
“No camps, no justice.”
A deadly virus is stampeding through the globe. I would give anything to escape to a sunny afternoon of Gaga with my friends.
Think drive in movies, distanced soccer drills, and BYO picnics.
Yes, the mortality rate appears minuscule for most campers and staff, but there are additional concerns.
“It’s an emergency situation.”
Wilshire Blvd. Temple camps struggle to decide whether to open during the pandemic.
Opening camp this summer would be sure to come with all sorts of changes to the normal routines, traditions and joy that kids usually experience.