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Camp Ramah in New England

Camp Ramah in New England is an overnight Jewish summer camp located in Palmer, Massachusetts for kids and teens.

Palmer, Massachusetts
Coed
Overnight Camp
Length

2, 4, or 8 weeks

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Grades

3rd - 11th

Jewish Affiliation

Conservative

Contact this Camp Directly

Phone: 413-283-9771 (Summer)
781-702-5290 (Winter)

Website: http://www.campramahne.org

Email: info@campramahne.org

Sponsoring Organization

Ramah

Special Needs

Full Inclusion Program (with Professional Staff)

Self-contained Camp/Program for Children with Special Needs

Vocational Education Programs

Physically Accessible to Those with Mobility Challenges

Food Information

Kosher

Gluten-Free Accommodations

Vegetarian Accommodations

Nut-Free

Allergy Accommodations

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Description

A member of the Ramah Camping Movement of Conservative Judaism, Camp Ramah in New England strives to create an inspiring and exciting Jewish environment for over 1,000 campers and staff each summer. Innovative programming, exciting learning opportunities, and life-changing relationships are hallmarks of our program. CRNE is under the educational and religious auspices of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America.

Camp Ramah in New England is a unique, total experience whose impact lasts well beyond the summer months. Young people have fun while developing skills, incredible friendships and a Jewish consciousness that lasts a lifetime. Welcome to the world of Ramah!

Director

Rabbi Ed Gelb

Rabbi Ed Gelb has been the director of Camp Ramah in New England since September of 2005. Ed joined CRNE after a successful five-year tenure as director of Camp Alonim, which is affiliated with the Brandeis Bardin Institute in California. Raised in Wyoming, Ed is a longtime Ramahnik, having served on the staffs of Ramah California and Ramah Canada for many years. Prior to becoming director of Camp Alonim, Ed was a teacher, administrator and basketball coach at Yeshiva University High School in Los Angeles. Ed received his ordination from the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the University of Judaism and graduated from UCLA with a BA in History. He lives in Sharon, Massachusetts with his wife, Tami, and their children, Yoni, Emma, Tova and Zachary.

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Length

2, 4, or 8 weeks

View Dates & Rates
Grades

3rd - 11th

Jewish Affiliation

Conservative

Contact this Camp Directly

Phone: 413-283-9771 (Summer)
781-702-5290 (Winter)

Website: http://www.campramahne.org

Email: info@campramahne.org

Sponsoring Organization

Ramah

Special Needs

Full inclusion program (with professional staff)

Self-contained camp/program for children with special needs

Vocational Education program

Physically accessible to those with mobility challenges

Food Information

Kosher

Gluten-Free Accommodations

Vegetarian Accommodations

Nut-Free

Allergy Accommodations

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Request more info about Camp Ramah in New England

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