We often say that summer camp creates memories for a lifetime. As Camp Morasha reaches the historic milestone of turning 50 years young, we take a moment to reflect, remember, and reconnectto our nitzanim -- our roots.
The theme for Morasha 2013 is "50 Years: A Summer to Remember." Throughout our programming, Morasha campers and staff will reflect as a people, as a nation, and as a camp. With Elul arriving mid-summer, campers will also learn what it means to reflect as an individual through t'shuva. In our formal learning, campers will be introduced to pairs of historical and modern-day visionaries who shared a common belief and life mission.
As a camp, we will celebrate 50 unforgettable summers with our extended Morasha family and alumni. Whether at camp for 1 summer or 50, as a camper or staff -- we look forward to joining together to reflect, remember, and reconnect as Anu Bnei Morasha. Happy Birthday - It's party time!
Registration is now open for Morasha, Sulam, & MoKo 2013! Applications are available under the "Register Today!" menu.
Baruch Dayan HaEmet: We regret to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Elaine Zimmerman, z"l, mother of Sammy Zimmerman, who was nifteret on 16 Sivan. 50 Years ago, Mrs. Zimmerman and her husband were instrumental in creating the camp we love today.
A big Mazel Tov to:
Chani Oratz on the birth of her first great-grandchild, born to her grandchildren Yisrael & Shoshie Skaly-Cohen!
Miriam & Mike Cohen on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Meira!
R' Lewis & Melissa Wienerkur on the Bat Mitzvah of their daughter, Kayla!
Natan Farber on his marriage to Tanya Wertentiel!
Aileen & Moshe Mehlman on the marriage of their daughter Nina to Gavriel Feld!
Penina & Zvi Wiener on the bar mitzvah of their son Josh!
Leora & Neil Goldberg on the bar mitzvah of their twin boys, Oren & Elan!
Burry & Danielle Klein on their recent marriage!
Ira & Paula Spodek on the birth of a granddaughter, Genna Bailey, to their children Ari & Ariella Spodek!
Jacob Bernstein on his engagement to Penina Wein.
Atara & Aryeh Yudin on the Bat Mitzvah of their dauther, Rachel.