Tag: Camp traditions

  • Building an Alumni Community – Join us on April 27th!

    It’s amazing to see how our alumni’s love for CTN and the connections we make never wanes, even after 25 years!  Camp Tel Noar is excited that David Koplan will be taking a more active role in Alumni Outreach and Coordination of Alumni events in the coming year. His daughter Lily is a very happy […]

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  • 100 DAYS UNTIL CAMP!

    100 Days Until Summer 2013 at Camp Tel Noar! from Cohen Camps on Vimeo. In the spirit of counting down only 100 days left until summer 2013, here are the top 100 things you should plan to do at camp…if you haven’t already done them yet! 1. Swim in the pool 2. Make a friendship […]

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  • Traditions: The Building Blocks of a Community

    According to dictionary.com, TRADITION can be defined as follows:        tra·di·tion [truh-dish-uh n] the handing down of statements, beliefs, legends, customs, information, etc., from generation to generation, especially by word of mouth or by practice: the sense of pride a Tel Noar camper feels on the courts, on stage, or with their best friends is a rich tradition our alumni share with current campers something that is handed down: the final Shabbat tradition at camp is that services […]

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  • Our Jewish Values — Commitments #1 to #5 Explained

    We have always considered our camps (Pembroke, Tel Noar and Tevya) to be involved in the informal Jewish education business (shh, don’t tell the campers). This began with my grandparents, Eli and Bessie, who believed that Jewish education in all of its forms was an important means to strengthening the Jewish community. In this, and […]

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