We have had an incredible week which included Tisha B”Av, the Rikudiyah, Solelim and Bogrim’s production of High School Musical, and a wonderful Boker Tzrif filled with the most imaginative bunk activities. Camp is buzzing with energy that will propel us into Sunday’s Yom Palmer (a day of competitive sports against Ramah New England).
Tonight will mark our final Shabbat of Kayitz 2014. I am somewhat reflective as I think of the entire summer and the impact it has made not only on our campers but on staff as well. As our mission so aptly states, Camp Ramah in the Berkshires is transformative. I ask you to take a moment, too, and think about how much your children have absorbed whether they have spent a full or half season with us. Allow your children to bring Ramah home….in conversation, in school, in your synagogue, and with friends. Be prepared to hear new melodies, funny stories and requests for sleepovers with their Ramah buddies. Enjoy the culture and their new community.
Our leadership team of professionals and volunteers will keep in touch with you throughout the year . You, too, can easily get a daily dosage of CRB via our website, photos, Instagram, Blog, Facebook, Twitter, and Kol Ramah radio.
Enjoy the end of the summer. We wish your children a successful academic year and our best wishes to you and your family for a Shana Tova.