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
What does it take to make over 2,000 meals a day for Ramah campers and staff? This video by 2015 Kashrut supervisor Ezra Wexler and narrated by our hard-working commissary staff provides a behind the scenes “taste” of camp meal preparation.
This Letter from the Director concludes our summer 2015 communications from Conover. Look for HaMirpeset Shelanu, our Friday email sent in fall, winter and spring, beginning September 4. In the two days between the departure of our campers, on Monday morning, and the arrival of thirty families for Family Camp, on Wednesday afternoon, the silence and calm of our campus is moving. Continue Reading »
(This article originally appeared in the Vilas County News-Review on August 5, 2015. View PDF here. Please note that the article incorrectly states Ramah’s first summer as 1957–it should be 1947.) By Ryan Burgy, Lifestyle Editor Camp Ramah in Conover continues the Atzmayim Program for its 12th year, teaching campers job skills through area businesses. Continue Reading »