Improvements to Tzad Bet and Machaneh Gimel!
Autumn has brought important changes to our camp facility. On Tzad Bet (B-side), all buildings, including the tzrifim (bunks) and chadar ochel (dining hall), have been painted in earth colors to match the rest of camp. With almost all camp buildings painted in our new palette, camp looks fantastic – come have a look next summer!
In September, with dozens of donations made in memory of Josh Guitelman, a Nivonim '08 camper who passed away last spring, we renovated the B-side migrash by leveling the field, putting in a sprinkler system, adding loam, and planting grass. By early November, when our campers returned for a reunion, the grass was already lush and thick.
With the bulldozers already stationed at camp, we also were able to improve the field just past B-side, long known as machane gimel, with loam and grass. Together, the B-side migrash and machane gimel will provide our campers many more spaces for sports and other outdoor activities.
The renovation of the B-side migrash represents an important upgrade of our facility. A special todah rabbah to our lead donors, who made this project possible:
The Levy Family — Joan, Avery, Daphne, Melanie, Valerie, Naomi and Michael
The Moser Family — Rita, Nathan, Rachel, Allison, Michelle and Steven
The Pearl Family — Yael, Zeev, Michal, Nadav and Yuval
The Stern Family — Denise, Les, Jennifer, Danielle, Stephanie, Melissa and Lindsay