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Introducing some of our Senior Staff
Posted On May 19, 2015

“When I step off the bus each summer…I come alive”
Posted On May 6, 2015

We received this letter a few weeks ago from one of our amazing chalutzim, Ellery.  We are extremely grateful for this kind gesture, and amazed at the beautiful way she writes about the place we all call home. 

Ellery (third from right) with friends before Shabbat.

Ellery (third from

Meet Our Senior Staff
Posted On March 17, 2015

This past sunday we marked 100 Days until camp- so we thought this would be a good time to start introducing you to our 2015 Summer Staff!

PicMonkey Collage

 

From left to right: Ben Winter, Leora Perkins, Rafi Daugherty, and Moshe

100 Days Until Camp!
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On Sunday we marked 100 days until our first chalutzim arrive!

The Power of the Outdoors: A Spoken Word Poem
Posted On February 3, 2015

2014 Tzevet Tipus [Rock Climbing Staff], Noah Kaplan, wrote this spoken word poem this summer about the power of the Masa [backcountry excursion] experience.  Words to the poem are below the video.  We hope you will enjoy this!

 

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Happy Thanksgiving!
Posted On November 26, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving

Where The Mountain Meets The Sky by Debbie Wohl Isard
Posted On November 24, 2014

This post was originally featured on the Jewish News of the Greater Phoenix Area.  Debbie was a guest of ours at Shavuot this past year, and we are touched and amazed at her words here.  If you are interested …

Solar Showers and Shmini Atzeret
Posted On October 29, 2014

by Beth Hammerman

Ben Skupsky w/water tankIn recognition of Shemini Atzeret, the holiday we just celebrated, we share with you the various ways in which Ramah Outdoor Adventure works on conserving its precious water resource. This holiday, which follows the Jewish festival of …

“How I Spent My Shabbat Hazon”
Posted On October 24, 2014

Over the summer, we were honored to have Rabbi Peretz Rodman and his wife, Miriam.  He wrote this to several of his Rabbinical colleagues, and we are honored at his words about our Camp! Register your child today so

Shanah Tovah: Bee Keeping at Camp
Posted On September 15, 2014

Chalutzim [campers] at Ramah in the Rockies now understand how the expression “busy as a bee” came into being. Chalutzim learned all about bees through Rinat Levinson, a tzevet [staff member] from Israel, who studied biodynamic beekeeping. Rinat became interested in this …

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