The campers awake to start their day
The campers meet at the plaza to raise the flags, say the Pledge of Allegiance and join together in Modeh Ani and Hatikvah. The counselors then put on a skit to give color and character to what is going to be happening that day.
The campers all enter the Chadar Ochel and have breakfast together in our air conditioned Dining Hall.
The campers will head to either the Aquatics Facility for free swim, or down to the lake to bounce on the trampoline, or take out a boat.
Village time as the cabins spend time together doing program developed for them by their village leader and counselors.
The campers will be able to select what they will be doing for the period for a list of choices. This is where they can pick to specialize in one activity as they will go to the same activity for an entire week.
The campers all gather at the flagpole to prepare to enter the Chadar Ochel (DIning Hall)
The campers all enter the Chadar Ochel and have lunch together in our air conditioned Dining Hall.
The campers will head back to their cabins and clean the cabin. Each camper will have a job each day.
The campers will finish up cleaning and then have rest hour. They will relax in their cabin as they prepare for the afternoon activities. This is the time that letters will be written home and to friends.
As a cabin, the campers will go to one of our many arts activities for including ceramics, Israeli dance, hip hop, song sessions, theater and a trip to our farm.
Afternoon snack will be provided to the campers. The items vary and can be a fresh baked good out of the kitchen, ice pops or a candy bar.
As a cabin, the campers will go to one of our many sports activities for skills development and game play, including soccer, tennis, basketball, archery, and hockey.
Back to the cabins for Shower Hour before dinner.
The campers all gather at the flagpole to prepare to enter the Chadar Ochel (DIning Hall).
The campers all enter the Chadar Ochel and have dinner together, family style, in our air conditioned Dining Hall.
Sometimes as a cabin, sometimes as a village and sometimes as an entire camp, the campers will have a special evening program planned for them where they will experience activities, song, dance or arts that help them grow and experience new fun and exciting things.
The campers will go back to their cabins to start winding down from the day.
After a long day at camp, the campers say good night and go to sleep.