Archive: February 2017

JDAIM: A Recap from Kayitz 2016

Posted on February 13, 2017

Masa 2016 Mushon Samuels, Tikvah Summer Director For chalutzim (campers) at Ramah in the Rockies, the masa (outing) is an integral part of camp. This summer, our Tikvah campers spent three days and two nights at Chatfield State Park, a very well-organized site with all of the necessary facilities for our campers, including showers, toilets, lake, playground, Continue Reading »

Ramah Rockies at the Weinstein Conference

Posted on January 26, 2017

 In early January, seven of our staff and Rabbi Eliav traveled to Camp Ramah in California to attend National Ramah’s Weinstein Winter Training Conference.  This is just one part of our ongoing commitment to staff training and education throughout the year.    Here is what some of our participating staff had to say about the conference:  Continue Reading »

A Place to Be Yourself, The Place to Take on Life’s Adventure

Posted on September 22, 2016

A Place to Be Yourself, The Place to Take on Life’s Adventure The Ramah Rockies Experience   Rabbi Scott Bolton, Congregation Or Zarua, New York City Writing from the beautiful Rockies, Basecamp I believe that we need to find the right places for growing, reflecting, experiencing joy and awe. At every stage of our lives, we Continue Reading »

What’s New at Camp Ramah!

Posted on September 7, 2016

We sent this email out yesterday to all of our camp families.    Dear Camp Families and Friends, We hope the school year has started off well for you. With the opening of our Summer, 2017 registration, we have some updates to share also. Surveys We are enjoying reading the survey responses so far received Continue Reading »

Reflecting on Session 1

Posted on July 20, 2016

Reflecting on Session 1:  Monday, July 7, 2016 I am sitting on the porch of the dining hall in the late afternoon watching a late afternoon rain. To my left is a very wet Givat Ilanot. The shadow of Sheeprock (a local climbing mountain), the slick basketball court, and the cool breeze seem like the perfect way Continue Reading »

Rock Climbing and Judaism: Climbing to New Heights!

Posted on February 2, 2016

This is the second installment in a series of blogs from our camp staff. Each of the staff were asked how their area of camp (rock climbing, archery, horseback riding, etc) and Judaism was linked for them, and how they have brought the two together in their lives. Matt Levitt Gazing out of my college dorm window Continue Reading »

Archery and Judaism

Posted on November 22, 2015

This is the first installment in a series of blogs from our base camp staff. Each of the staff were asked how their area of camp (rock climbing, archery, horseback riding, etc) and Judaism was linked for them, and how they have brought the two together in their lives. Shira Rosenblum “What makes an archery class Continue Reading »

We Heard You: Lessons from Post-Summer Feedback

Posted on October 29, 2015

You Spoke, We Listened Rabbi Eliav Bock The better part of the past eight weeks or so since leaving the chava (ranch) have been spent reaching out to you, our camper families, to gather your thoughts about us and our camp program this last summer.  We did this by personally calling or emailing each of Continue Reading »

Introducing some of our Senior Staff

Posted on May 19, 2015

“When I step off the bus each summer…I come alive”

Posted on May 6, 2015

We received this letter a few weeks ago from one of our amazing chalutzim, Ellery.  We are extremely grateful for this kind gesture, and amazed at the beautiful way she writes about the place we all call home.  Dear Rabbi Eliav, As you may recall, my bat mitzvah passed a couple months ago. For my bat Continue Reading »

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