G.U.C.I., the summer of 2011 is like the story of Moses and his people, because it is difficult to put into words and yet we must. We must go home
For Anaf limud (our interactive educational program) this week we had each camper write down one word that describes camp for him or her. They then handed in their words
This is always my favorite part on Yom Tiyul because you could pray in the peaceful presence of nature surrounding you.
Everyone had a fun-filled day, and we were sad to see it end. We’re all looking forward to another bunk night and so much more Shoresh fun!
This past Saturday G.U.C.I. had an extra special Shabbat morning service led by creative writing chugim on camp. Each camper received a line from a Shabbat prayer or poem and
We all now have a ton of inside jokes, and I couldn’t be happier with the way that it all turned out! All of the campers involved were so positive
Avodahnikim, or work/study participants at G.U.C.I., participate in four crews for two weeks each during the summer. K’ton, Kitchen, Maintenance, Office, Pool & Mirpaah (infirmary), Migdal, and Canoeing crews are
Today is Yom Sport, G.U.C.I.'s color war. It's a day of spirit, fun, and competition that everyone on camp loves. We'll be live blogging this year's event, so check back
There is a wonderful feeling of unity as the entire camp fills this outdoor sanctuary and joins together to celebrate the beginning of Shabbat with music and prayer.
G.U.C.I. is a magical place and today is the day that the magic starts for Kallah Bet 2011.