Monthly Archives:July 2018

  • The Art of Camp

    Nestled halfway up the Dell Hill, situated between the chaos and noise of the pool, and the calm of animal care, sits one of our most “lived in” spaces at camp, our Arts and Crafts building. Walls covered with names of past campers, rafters cluttered with dates from more than 40 years ago, the space, […]

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  • Every Inch of Camp

    I was 12 years old the first time I saw Tel Noar. We were one of the visiting teams for the girls’ basketball tournament and we arrived screaming cheers, hair braided in double french braids, adorned in our beloved Pembroke purple. Our bus pulled in front of the office, unloaded, and we found a shady […]

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  • Through the Lens of Camp

    A picture says a thousand words, and when you haven’t seen your child in person for a couple of weeks, I can imagine that the perfect shot of your camper can say a few thousand more. Each day, I spend at least one or two periods jumping from activity to activity, checking in with campers, […]

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  • Camp Works

    Each week I carve out time to sit down, take a deep breath and look back on a week well spent. Some weeks I can’t find the time, and other weeks I struggle to just find the words. Sometimes, my speechlessness is because of exhaustion, but mostly because each week leaves me in awe. I […]

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