This past Sunday, many parents came to enjoy Visiting Day with their sons in Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston, an affiliate of Oholei Torah.
What happens when you combine arts-and-crafts, science and serious Jewish thought? If you’re enrolled in the girls’ overnight Camp Gan Israel in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains this summer, you get “Tanya Camp”—an interactive way to learn certain Chassidic concepts.
On Tuesday, the Talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, were treated to a double trip: first to a roller-skating rink and then to a water park.
The directors of Camp Gan Yisroel-Montreal expressed their appreciation to their dedicated staff with a delicious Chinese takeout dinner and entertainment after the campers went to sleep.
Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston, an affiliate of Educational Institute Oholei Torah, has grown to be one of the most sought after overnight Yeshiva Summer programs, even though it is relatively one of the newest Chabad camps established.
Camp videographer Motty Reizes captured the third week of excitement, inspiration and fun at Camp Gan Yisroel-New York, featuring visiting day, fireworks and a roller skating trip.
This past Thursday, the talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, spent the evening at the Skylands Ice World, where they had a lot of fun ice skating and enjoyed delicious donuts and drinks.
Over 7,000 children from more than 55 different Camp Gan Israel chapters around the globe joined last week for a day of Jewish unity, pride and connection.
Camps from across South Florida joined together for an annual camp unity day event on Thursday, Yud Bais Tammuz, which was held in Xtreme Action Park.
On Sunday, the talmidim of Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, enjoyed their third trip: white water rafting.
On Sunday, as parents, siblings and friends arrived for visiting day, Camp Emunah marked 60 years since the Rebbe’s first visit to the camp, located in Greenfield Park, NY.
On Sunday, the campers of Gan Yisroel-Montreal were visited by their families, relatives and friends, many of whom made the seven-hour-long trek up from New York for the day.
On Sunday, the campers of Gan Yisroel-Florida were visited by their parents, siblings and friends, who enjoyed many fun activities together both on and off camp grounds.
Camp videographer Motty Reizes captured the second week of excitement, inspiration and fun at Camp Gan Yisroel-New York.
On Thursday, in honor of Yud Bais Tammuz, campers, staff and head staff of Bais Rivkah Day Camp joined together for a delicious BBQ and the Tzivos Hashem Rally.
Recently an exciting and informative event took place in Crown Heights. An impressive “Staff Training Day” gathered a record-number of camp counselors and other staff members for hours of professional networking.
The first week of camp at Gan Yisroel in Parkville, NY, was filled with excitement, learning and fun, all captured in this short film by camp videographer Motty Reizes.
Packed to its capacity, Yeshivas Kayitz-Kingtson began its third year this summer season. When the new grounds were purchased, with the help of many friends and supporters, the overnight camp entered a whole new era, and the campus grounds anchored the Yeshivas Kayitz as a most sought after summer experience for talmidim of 8th Grade and Mesivta.
The campers at Yeshiva Summer Program in Morristown, NJ, enjoyed their first trip of the season on Thursday, with a terrific time at a local bowling alley and delicious doughnuts to boot.
The Campers of Gan Yisroel-Florida prepare to bring in Shabbos by dressing in their finest Shabbos clothes and gathering for a pre-Shabbos lineup.
Camp Gan Yisroel-NY started with a bang as the buses rolled away from Eastern Parkway on Wednesday morning and the campers headed off to what will surely be the best summer over their lives.
An hour and a half outside of New York City, over mountain peaks and cruising through winding valley roads in the soul of the Poconos, it seems quiet. Driving closer, you can hear laughter sounding over the rush of a waterfall and heartfelt singing, nearly as moving as the surrounding scenery.