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Summer Camp

Summer camp's complex legacy

Last week, this article about summer camp in Tablet caught my eye. I’m sure it was intended as humour, but when the article showed up in my RSS feed, promising advice on surviving the return from camp, I half-expected a full-length article for young 20-somethings who have non-camp jobs for the first time.

Learning Torah in a Tent

Today is the first day of summer, the longest day of the year… which just might be my favorite day of the year. Unofficially, June 21 is the camp season kick-off date, and for many Jewish kids and families, that’s a big deal.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Summer Camp." (Viewed on September 16, 2014) <http://jwa.org/blog/summer-camp-0>.

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