Each morning while camp is in session, we gather as a full GUCI community around the Old Pool (literally the former location of GUCI’s pool). We sing two songs and
Trying to keep a handle on your daily life while stuck at home? Here are some lessons from Zionsville that we can all apply to our lives this summer.
By GUCI alumna Laura Brenner Camp was canceled. I never thought I’d hear those three words used together. None of us ever expected we’d experience this in our lifetime. The
Shabbat Shalom from GUCI! We are thinking about you and wish we could all be together.
Alright parents, let’s talk about camp for a minute. We love it for many reasons: we know our kids are having fun, they are safe and they are entertained. At
How many days in a row can we really go eating straight matzah? Yes there’s matzah pizza, matzah brie, matzah you name it. But what about a Matzah Cabin?? Associate
Spending a lot of quality virtual time with friends and family? Same here! Here are some fun photos you can use as virtual backgrounds on your next video call:
As many of you know, Jeremy Klotz, GUCI’s current Director, literally grew up at camp, with his father serving in the role as Director for more than 30 years. Understandably,
Jillian Shkolnick is an Assistant Director at GUCI. When I talk about my job, I usually get one of two responses. For anyone that has no history or affiliation with
Michael Kaplan is an Assistant Director at GUCI as well as a Regional Advisor for NFTY Ohio Valley. I first met Casey in 2003 – I was in my last