Wednesday, June 29, 2016 Sivan 23, 5776
By:
Andy Gotlieb | JE Managing Editor
About 300 children, ranging from infants to age 14, will attend the day camp starting June 27. The camp has about 100 staffers, about 90 percent of whom are returning from last year.
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By:
Barbara Trainin Blank | JE Feature
Regardless of the degree of medical concern, every camp takes seriously the “health, safety and welfare of every camper and staff member.”
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By:
Rachel Kurland | JE Staff
Why do Jews love sending their kids to camp so much? And how has the tradition of Jewish summer become more common than attending Sunday school or lighting candles on Shabbat?
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By:
Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Blogging mother-daughter duo Ellen Resnick and Jenna Gebel hope to help others explore their own relationships with their mothers and daughters.
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By:
Hilary Danailova
Second (or third, or seventh) weddings tend to diverge from those of first-time spouses. Remarrying Jews may opt for a big white wedding — and doing so would hardly scandalize in an era of relaxed mores — but they are more likely, observers say, to have an intimate ceremony on the lawn than a grand event in the sanctuary.
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