Tag: Tel Noar

  • Putting the “Special” in Special Programs: CTN Celebrates July 4th

    The sun rose on this fourth of July day, the first day we have woken up to a blue sky in what seems like weeks.  As the rest of the world celebrates the holiday in their usual way, we in the camp bubble partake in the July 4th festivities that have become a tradition as […]

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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 did it! […]

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  • Meet the Team

    Summer 2013 is right around the corner…I’m excited to introduce the team responsible for making Camp Tel Noar the AMAZING place that it is!  Questions during the summer?  We’re happy to help!  Reach us at summeroffice@camptelnoar.org Amanda Charson – Special Programs Director Hi CTN, I’m Amanda from Boca Raton, FL. My love for camp began many […]

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  • Camp is (also) for the Counselors…

      Our campers’ incredible summer experience is the  responsibility and the delight of our staff members who create the amazing environment that is Camp Tel Noar.  We are proud of the staff family we create each summer.  It is represented by staff members in many different stages of their camp career, from all over the […]

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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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