Monthly Archives: April 2012

Homeward Bound

Sitting here on a rainy night at camp and I am in awe of the beauty that surrounds me.  I am not sure I understood it before I stepped foot on what I now consider my sacred ground. I now understand, I appreciate the rain..lake went up an inch and a half! Hopefully, a bit […]

Sign up now for Volunteer Day….Fun, fr

Sign up now for Volunteer Day….Fun, friends and sun!! BBQ lunch and a t shirt……#jewishcamp, #passover #jewishtweets http://ow.ly/ada1B

Helium Parenting By Rabbi David Wolpe

There are some colorful descriptions of “helicopter parenting,” the practice of parental hovering to monitor children’s every movement. Colleges complain that when students matriculate, they are often lost — they do not know how to budget their time, handle disappointment, cook their own meals, and even laundry defeats them. A few times while teaching at […]

Helium Parenting By Rabbi David Wolpe

There are some colorful descriptions of “helicopter parenting,” the practice of parental hovering to monitor children’s every movement. Colleges complain that when students matriculate, they are often lost — they do not know how to budget their time, handle disappointment, cook their own meals, and even laundry defeats them. A few times while teaching at […]

Chag Pesach Sameach!

Chag Pesach Sameach!

4 Tips for Lasting Change By David Bell

I loved this….can be applied to anything….   Change: There have been poems, essays, books and songs written about change. Change the way you think about change. And I am beginning to think that most of these items were written about the frustration that comes with change rather than a road map for making it […]

76 days until Staff Orientation, 84 days

76 days until Staff Orientation, 84 days until the campers arrive…….We can’t wait!!