Tag: Jewish Community

  • 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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  • 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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