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Camp Ramah in Wisconsin is 150 acres of magical space, tucked away in the heart of Wisconsin’s Northwoods.

Within this space, campers and staff from throughout the Midwest and Israel unite each summer to form a very special Jewish community… read more

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Kochavim for Entering 4th Graders

Two 12-day sessions for entering 4th graders

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Garinim for Entering 5th Graders

A 4-week session for entering 5th graders

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Halutzim for Entering 6th Graders

A 4-week session for entering 6th graders

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Full Season Program (7th - 11th)

Campers entering grades 7th - 11th participate in a full 8-week session

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Tikvah

4-week and 8-week sessions for campers with special needs

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Family Camp

A fun way to get a taste of camp for the whole family

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HaMirpeset Shelanu 209: From Jon Adam Ross

Posted on February 27, 2015

Please enjoy a D’var Torah this week from JAR (Jon Adam Ross), an actor, theatre artist, and Jewish educator extraordinaire. JAR returns for his 17th consecutive summer on staff and his second as our Rosh Merkaz – director of informal education and aidah (division) programming. The Ramah Wisconsin community congratulates JAR on embarking on a Continue Reading »

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HaMirpeset Shelanu 208: From Rabbi David Soloff, Chief Executive Officer

Posted on February 19, 2015

Reflections on Parashat Terumah By Rabbi David Soloff, Chief Executive Officer Sandwiched between the re-telling of the Revelation at Sinai and the description of the Golden Calf incident are Terumah and then Tzaveh. Terumah includes instructions about the Tabernacle to be built in the desert followed by Tzaveh with the priestly assignments and duties. Jewish literacy demands Continue Reading »

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HaMirpeset Shelanu 207: From Jacob Cytryn, Director

Posted on February 13, 2015

Reflections on Parashat Mishpatim By Jacob Cytryn, Director Our parashah this week, Mishpatim, begins with the “Covenant Code,” the first extended legal section of the Torah (Exodus 21-23).  It continues a prevalent theme from the Ten Commandments which we read near the end of last week’s reading, a combination of instructions that pertain obviously and directly to Continue Reading »

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“I love camp because it connects me with my Jewish identity, allows me to be with my closest friends all the time, has fun activities, and is a place I feel comfortable 100% of the time.”  From a camper

 

"I love Ramah for all the things my children don't know they're getting! For the sense that being actively Jewish is a really welcoming, fun, spiritually expanding experience and something to appreciate and celebrate… I love that Ramah has planted a seed in each of my children's Jewish souls that will grow precisely when they will need it most throughout their lives."  From a camper parent

 

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