Etgar was a blast
Shavua Tov! The past couple of days
have been very exciting for Shoafim.
Our Etgar on Tuesday was so much fun.
We out into the woods (with long sleeves, pants, hats and bug spray!)
and cooked dinner for ourselves. Each bunk received a mini stove and
ingredients for dinner and we held an Iron Chef competition to find
the bunk with the best culinary talent. I, of course, was a judge and
got to taste all of the delicious food. Bunk 8 won the challenge!
Afterwards we sat around the camp fire, ate some marshmallows and
played a couple of games, just in time to head back to camp before a
Our Yom Meyuchad on Wednesday focused
on Jews from different parts of the world in different time periods.
Each camper had a passport that allowed them to see the Jews of
ancient Egypt, 18th century Poland, the Lower East Side,
Jews of Persia, and Spanish Jews during the inquisition. We had a
great (and busy).
This Friday night we davened with the
entire camp. While we were inside due to another rainstorm, it was
wonderful to hear the beautiful prayers of all campers and staff
Hope you are all doing well and had
great July 4th celebrations. We’re having a great time
up here in Palmer.
Warm regards from Tzad Aleph,