Monthly Archives:June 2012

  • Rites of Passage – a CTN Tradition

    Your first time at bat. Your first laps in the pool. Your first solo sail. Your first bunk bonding experience. At camp, those milestones are larger than life — especially when done with your forever friends.  Each summer our campers return and reach new milestones, they broaden our community and hold fast to the stake […]

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  • You Just Dropped Your Child Off at Camp Tel Noar for the First Time…Now What?

    Your heart is probably racing, you might be a bit teary eyed, and for sure you are second guessing this decision…and you haven’t even left Main Street yet! First things first: BREATHE. Now that you have relaxed (just a little) look in that rear view mirror (for just a moment) and remind yourself “Congratulations, you […]

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  • New Things at Camp to Look Forward to in Summer 2012

    It’s incredible how quickly the summer will be upon us, and we’ve been busy here at camp getting the activities planned and everything set up in anticipation of our campers arrival. Summer 2012 will bring back many of the “old favorite” activities and a few new ones as well. We’ve been doing lots of little […]

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  • The 10 Commitments

    I’m often asked what makes the Cohen Camps “Jewish” and how we differentiate our camps from other Jewish camps. There is no simple, quick answer – it’s more than just being Kosher, observing Shabbat, and reciting blessings before and after meals.  We have a set of values that underlies the type of Jewish community we […]

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  • David and Lily

    Since joining the Cohen Camps as Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving in March 2011, I have been amazed at the depth and breath of warm feelings the alumni have towards Camp. The number of alumni sending their children to camp is extraordinary. They can’t wait to go back to camp and see their […]

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