• Becoming A Counselor

    I was only 17-years old when I began my job being a camp counselor at GUCI. Fortunately, I was beginning this job in a well-established training program at a camp


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  • Healthy Competition and Being a Captain

    Yom Sport is one of the most special days on camp each session. It’s where camp really showcases how much ruach we have. Even throughout the few years that I


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  • A Shabbat Message – July 13th 2018

    Its’ been a very busy week in Zionsville!  A great week!  On Sunday, we closed an amazing Kallah Aleph (first session), sending home 237 campers who spent their month learning


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  • GUCI: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

    It was the summer of 2002. Vanessa Carlton and Ashanti topped the charts; Tamagotchis, Furbies, and slap bracelets were all the rage. And I was preparing for my first summer


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  • Shabbat is when we SING!

    Every Shabbat, everyone at GUCI gathers together for the weekend. Not only to share in the relaxation and celebrating of the past week and the upcoming new week, but to


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  • How Did we do Last Summer?

    Each year following summer, GUCI participates in a Camper Satisfaction Insights Survey (CSI) that seeks feedback from families on a wide variety of topics including program offerings, facility conditions, leadership,


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  • Alumni Spotlight, David Burkman

    At GUCI, we take great pride in building a diverse Reform Jewish community.  We encourage people to really be themselves, and to work hard to develop their “best selves.”  We


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  • Welcome Matthew Modansky

    Matthew joined the URJ GUCI team Monday October 2nd as its first Development Manager. Matthew will play a key role in creating, coordinating and implementing GUCI’s development program. The addition


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  • Summer 2018 Enrollment Live October 1st!

    Starting October 1st- Enrollment will be live for everyone! With nearly 400 campers already enrolled, space is limited.


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  • GUCI From the Eyes of an Outsider

    As someone who is not Jewish, my journey to camp was very different compared to others. Back in 2015, being driven through the gates of Goldman Union Camp, I remember


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