(Courtesy of Bnei Akiva) After almost 15 months of closed borders in Israel, Mach Hach Ba’Aretz, Bnei Akiva of the US & Canada’s premiere summer Israel touring program for teens, landed in Ben Gurion Airport this week. With close to 600 teens and staff from across the U.S. and Canada, and over 250 coming from New Jersey, it
A heartwarming scene as children board buses en route to Camp HASC.
On June 29 in Brooklyn, the buses turn down the narrow 55th Street, their steel frames glistening in the sunlight. At the corner, a man in a short beard, radio clipped to his hip, waves them onward. The time: 9
Anshei Lubavitch campers had the best time bungee jumping, crafting, partying, jumping in jello and creating slime at camp this week! The children also cooked and baked to celebrate simchas, including weddings, bar and bat mitzvas and everybody’s birthday!
Kol Chaverim Preschool had a spectacular first week of camp! The yeladim enjoyed a bounce house and ice cream truck on their first day! They also enjoyed water play, soccer, music class, science exploration, art and an exciting bubble show this week. Campers love to end off their week with an elaborate Shabbat
Recent RKYHS graduate Maurice Korish (RKYHS ’21) was named a Diller Foundation 2021 Tikkun Olam Award winner. The Helen Diller Family Foundation’s annual Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Awards recognize teens for their leadership initiatives to make the world a better place.
Recognizing the need to
Another Camp Shalom “summer of fun” started with a bang! The excitement began when campers created glitter firework signs in preparation for the Fourth of July and crafted pinatas out of paper mache balloons in art. They also played hockey, basketball, engaged in Fun with Fashion and made messes in
(Courtesy of Yachad) This past Sunday evening, Yachad New Jersey celebrated the end of an amazing year by taking a trip to the American Dream Mall with our Yachad participants, their families, Yachad staff, and our high school club heads and senior leaders. The trip began with dinner at Chickies and then continued
The eighth graders at SINAI at RYNJ had one final celebratory breakfast before the school year ended. They congratulated the recent SINAI graduates and bar mitzvah boys on their big accomplishments. SINAI looks forward to seeing all the progress these young men will make in the years ahead!
Anshei Lubavitch kicked off the fantastic first week of camp with a rockin’ concert, the silliest puppet show, awesome mad science, human bubble soccer and an awesome climbing wall! Campers can’t wait for the rest of this incredible summer!