Saturday, January 31, 2015 Shevat 11, 5775
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The Reform movement is planning to open its first day camp in the country next year, situating it in the Philadelphia suburbs, though the location has not yet been finalized.
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The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia tries to help with the costs of camp by providing need-based scholarships as well as incentive grants for first- and second-year campers.
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At the Kaiserman JCC in Wynnewood, administrators took note of the movement toward specialty camps and decided to introduce the name and structure of its longtime day camp program.
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Just because families join synagogues and send their kids to Jewish day camps doesn’t mean they will send them to overnight camps, according to a newly released study of local families with young children. And with a pricetag of thousands of dollars per summer, these camps must also have top-notch facilities and programs because the promise of developing Jewish identity...
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Inside the Broad Street Ministry in Center City, two wiggling therapy dogs basked in the center of attention. They visit regularly to cheer up the homeless, underemployed and others who come here to eat, shower, mend clothing, make an art project or socialize. At this particular moment, however, a group of 10th graders from Camp Galil made up the majority...
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