From Lisa, our Camp Director… November is the month when my thoughts often turn to the idea of gratitude. Gratitude for warm fall days with leaves changing color but also because routines seem more settled.
Capital Camps -Leadership Team 2020
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Updated as of July 14th, 2022. At Capital Camps & Retreat Center, we pride ourselves on creating a safe, healthy, and fun environment for our campers and staff. We want to make you aware of the
From Lisa, the Camp Director: Camp is buzzing with excitement! Hundreds of the best Jewish camp counselors from more than 60 camps across North America gathered this week at Capital Camps for the Cornerstone Seminar.
What do our camp philosophy of “challenge by choice” and the Passover Seder have in common? As the Camp Team and summer leadership team shared their Passover family traditions, we realized there are a lot
From Lisa, our Camp Director… The term “best practice” has been used to describe “what works”, what methods and procedures result in the desired outcome. At camp we are in the business of building Jewish
From Lisa, Our Camp Director… A parent recently asked “what’s Capital Camps’ secret sauce for creating such a warm and inclusive community?” My go-to response to this question is to explain how our Atzma’im (inclusion)
Capital Camps & Retreat Center continues to closely monitor guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, American Camp Association, as well as our own Medical Committee, in order to create protocols and plans
Some of the most common New Year’s resolutions have to do with improved physical, mental and spiritual health. We often talk about healthy eating, increased exercise, taking time for meaningful reflection, and connecting with family
As our campers and staff put down their school books and head into winter break, I want to share with you some of the ongoing learning the year-round staff has and will be doing. For many
As the days get shorter and it is darker outside we know the festival of lights, Chanukah, is around the corner. This year, Chanukah follows right after Thanksgiving. In many ways, Thanksgiving mirrors Jewish celebrations. Some historians