• A “Very Good” Session

    As the sun began to descend on Friday, bringing Shabbat along with it, I could not help but think about the first story we studied together this summer – Creation.


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  • My Unique Vantage Point on Camp

    From my children, I hear the results—the end product of all the hard work of staff. My children talk of GUCI year round—because of the powerful and inclusive experiences they


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  • A Camper’s Perspective: Kesher

    By the end of Kesher, everybody has made new friends, learned how to be better at camping, and created memories that will last a lifetime.


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  • Anaf Steals the Show

    Being together every day has brought them together as one unit, enabling them to break out of their cabin groups and meet new people and make new friends, and I’ve


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  • Avodah’s Role at Camp

    Many of us frequently field questions from our friends at home such as, “Why would you pay to spend your summer cleaning toilets?” The answer is simple: we love G.U.C.I.


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  • 4th of July at Camp

    Campers next all lined up, floats, banners, and song lyrics in hand to participate in the parade. Avodah decked out a car for the fourth of July, and Director Mark


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  • Yom Tiyul Was a Blast!

    I had an amazing moment on Yom Tiyul where I took in everything around me and knew that there was nothing I’d rather be doing right now than learning, teaching,


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  • Fun at Shoresh Day Off

    Overall the day was a success and every camper (and staff member) had a blast!


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  • Garin Kallah Aleph 2011!!!

    Garin Kallah Aleph has officially left the building! Sunday was their final day at camp. This session was a lot of fun! Our session began right away with lots of


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  • Music and Shabbat at Camp

    Each voice in our community finds a way to contribute and the final sound is truly unimaginable, and perhaps only as describable as what I have already attempted. Regardless, our


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