Each cabin took the task they were given and completely made it their own.
We have begun our final session of the Summer this week and it brings with it a multitude of emotions. The excitement of new campers, feeling of accomplishment of all we have done this far in the summer, and some sadness in realizing the summer is coming to an end.
As camp is buzzing with excitement, and campers are munching on their opening day grilled cheese and tomato soup, I sit down with our Kesher Unit Head, Jessica, and Sports and Waterfront Specialist, Michael, to get the inside scoop of Gimmel.
We practice problem solving, and we learn new concepts and skills with each game, all while bonding with others.
“After a very busy week, all camp swim is essential to welcoming Shabbat.”
Here are some Kalsman traditions and how you can keep them strong throughout those long 11 months until camp comes back around.
“Camp, for me, has always been about the community, and the music here at Kalsman creates a community unlike any other.”
As a camp photographer I see first-hand why our campers and staff come back year after year.
“It really helped me connect with nature and my peers in Kesher. I had a really great time!”