Harga’ah at Camp Ramah

Harga’ah The bedtime process is named from the Hebrew root to relax; it is the period of time that campers prepare for their nighttime rest through quiet and soothing activities performed by their madrichim, the next chapter from a book or specialists that are invited in as Harga’ah guests.

It is the lucky tzrif (bunk) that has Shirah specialist, Jeremy Stein for the night. Nine years as a camper, and eight on staff, JTS cantorial student is a favorite songmaster. With one more year left before graduation, Jeremy sings, tells stories, and lulls the campers to sleep with the same precision he uses to create ruach in the Hadar Ochel, the CRNE Pied Piper of shirah.

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