Camp Tel Noar Connection

  • Camp to Cradles to Crayons

    Being a good friend, neighbor and citizen is at the heart of what it means to live in a community. Being a connected Jewish community means we have the added value and emphasis of giving back and participating in Tikkun Olam. Today we were proud to spend the afternoon at Cradles to Crayons with our […]

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  • Stay Golden CTN, and Shabbat Shalom

    There is so much about camp that sticks with a person throughout the year and throughout their lives. Shabbat at camp is a time of reflection, community and spending time with friends in a slower-paced setting…nothing compares! This summer, counselors from the past, wrote to us about what camp means to them, and they were […]

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  • The Lasts That Last

    The build-up and excitement of an approaching summer gives me butterflies just thinking about it. We spend our whole year counting down for that first glimpse of Main Street, that first bite of grilled cheese on opening day and that first night settling into sleep to the creak of your camp bed and the sound […]

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  • Can You Feel It?

    It’s the deep breath after a busy week as you walk toward the chapel for Shabbat. The butterflies in your stomach before your relay in Aquadome. It’s hearing your name called as a Color War Captain. It’s the comfort you feel with your best friend’s arms slung tightly around you. It’s losing your voice from […]

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  • The Traditions of Camp

    Written by guest bloggers: Emma Avratin, Maya Chelminsky and Naomi Alperin We always talk about what makes camp so special. The people, the activities, grilled cheese Mondays, the magic of Bunk 8/18 summers, clean-up and Color War. The one word that embodies everything we hold so dearly about camp is the magic of camp tradition. […]

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