• You Never Go Hungry At GUCI

    At each meal, we serve close to 350 people. That’s more than 1,000 plates, forks, cups, bowls, and serving utensils used and washed daily. Working in the kitchen provides a


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  • Garin KB Service

    One new thing I am excited to do at this camp is talk in this service. I am excited to talk in this service because it’s my first service I’ve


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  • Shoresh Worship Chug Service

    What I think as the service theme suggests is that people have two souls. One that they express and one that they don’t. Finding your real soul is just as


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  • The Gift of GUCI

    The kids got the idea - that we Jews have this incredible story, this gift of the Torah, that will carry us into the future and that they too will


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  • A Holy Community

    I want to thank you for your support over the past two days. Our camp community is strong. This afternoon at the end of song session, the entire camp sang


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  • Cabin 15 Service

    Our service theme is the qualities of a hero. I think a hero needs to be a leader. They need to keep people calm in hard times and keep people


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  • The Greatest Musical Of All Time

    Shalom! My name is Rich Keitel. We are busy rehearsing “The Greatest Musical of all time” (GMOAT). We held auditions the second day of camp and I’m proud to report


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  • Cabin 5 Service

    Do you know how to build a Lego tower? My Jewish dream was built in a similar way. I started with simple, big, basic thoughts. These are the base to


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  • Inch By Inch, Row By Row

    First started in the summer of 2004, Tikkun Olam is our community service project here at GUCI to help “mend the world.” This opportunity is materialized in our session-long Tikkun


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  • Cabin 17 Service

    I find holiness in many different places and different times. A time I can remember when I felt at peace and “with” God was when I got to hold my


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