Camps

Inside Scoop: Fashion vs. Practicality

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Perhaps the next most difficult decision for a parent after choosing a camp for his or her kids is deciding what to send along...

Marji Arnheim

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Marji Arnheim, 45, is a Camp Louise alumna who attended from 1976 to 1987 before becoming a counselor the following year. Since 2007, she...

Service Learning, Jewish Learning

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Informal Jewish education is a priority for Jewish summer camps, and in the spirit of tikkun olam, Jewish camps are embracing community service as...

‘A True Vacation’

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Parents often think of summer camp as a way to have some time away from their children, but more Jewish summer camps across the...

A Haven for Artists

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Mark and Chana Singer’s expertise covers nearly every art form one can imagine — from writing and painting to music and puppetry. Several years ago,...

Flashback: Alan Lazerow

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Alan Lazerow, 32, grew up in Frederick, Md., but his parents were accustomed to the energetic Jewish community of Baltimore. Still, when they found...

Nature Camps Provide Chances to Explore, Connect to the Earth

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For 11-year-old Noah Lindquist, nature camp is his yearly reset  button after a year of being cooped up inside a classroom. “It’s like his revitalization....

Summer of Youthful Appetite

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Each summer, kids as young as 8 years old flock to Pikesville to learn how they can cook like their favorite chef on TV...

Big Money

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For its groundbreaking work in the personal and professional development of its staff, a local Jewish summer camp was awarded a signature grant from...

Mail Call

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There was a time not long ago when a child awaiting a handwritten and addressed letter from home was a sleep-away camp rite. But that...