Camp Tel Noar Connection

  • Easily Extraordinary: Introducing Mitzvah Projects

    Every year, a few Cohen Campers do something I consider extraordinary: they set up their own camp fundraiser, inviting friends and family to give to their camp’s Scholarship Fund. They do this in place of gifts for their bar or bat mitzvah, or for their birthday. Cohen Camps Alumni do it, too, as a way […]

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  • First Followers, Second Home – Written by Ben Jacobson

    I still remember the first time a camper corrected me on the rules of Wic Wac Woe. Will Lichtenberg and I first played Wic Wac Woe (Wizard Tic Tac Toe) on a whiteboard during staff week, inventing spirit points, fire mages, and orcs of destruction after getting sick of tying in every game of tic […]

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  • The Values of Camp

    At CTN we have always promoted a strong sense of community, deep, caring relationships, a strong connection to Israel, and a love of being Jewish. Three years ago our community was selected as one of eight camps to the pilot program of the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Hiddur Program.  The goal of the program is […]

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  • One Summer, Endless Impact

    Welcoming almost 400 campers to camp each summer would not be possible if it wasn’t for our committed and passionate counselors and staff. We are so grateful each summer for their tireless effort, boundless energy and for loving and caring for our campers. Whether our staff themselves grew up at camp or not, our counselors […]

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  • Eleven Years Later – Written By Danny Fier

    Each summer, on the final night, our camp community gathers for one last time on the shores of Sunset Lake. Hugs are given and tears are shed, but the most powerful part of the night is the words that are spoken. Danny Fier said it perfectly, with all of camp sitting before him, and the […]

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